Trillium stamineum Seedpod
Little deeds are like little seeds, they grow to flowers or to weeds.
Daniel D. Palmer
Twisted Trillium Earlier This Year
Beautiful trillium! Native too.
Here in southcentral Kansas, we’re generally too exposed and dry to grow them, but I love seeing them in others’ gardens.
I like the quote. Very nice.
Hi Donna: Just had another enjoyable visit to your blog. Your photos are great.
Have a wonderful evening,
I love the way the twisted trillium repeats the three theme, of leaves and petals, and the color is nice too. I, as yet, do not have Trilliums in my garden, but that is going to change
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