Trillium albidum

With three large leaves and three-petaled, sessile white flowers growing up from the center, this distinctive perennial can be seen along the trails of McDonald Forest, and other forested slopes from Oregon to California. Blooms February to June.

Trillium albidum © Seven Oaks Native Nursery
Trillium albidum © Seven Oaks Native Nursery
Trillium albidum © Seven Oaks Native Nursery
  • Trillium albidum © Seven Oaks Native Nursery
  • Trillium albidum © Seven Oaks Native Nursery
  • Trillium albidum © Seven Oaks Native Nursery

Plant Details

Habitat:
Riparian Forests
Mixed Hardwood-Conifer Forest or Woodland
Found in moist coniferous forests. Attracts beneficial insects.
Mature Height:
1-2 ft.
Shade Preference:
Partial Shade, Full Shade,
Soil Tolerance:
moist soil