||September (flowerbulb planting time)
Trillium luteum, commonly known as Yellow wood trillium, appears in spring as a rosette of three flecked leaves, which go on to frame a single yellow flower. Trillium luteum is a beautiful North American woodland plant which grows slowly but surely in a humus-rich soil. At De Warande, in our garden, the Yellow wood trillium has self seeded. The seedlings begin to flower after a number of years.
The rhizomes of Trillium are prone to drying out: after receiving please plant immediately. The rhizomes can be stored for a short amount of time in the fridge (frost free).