Pseudotrillium rivale (Brook Wakerobin)

Family: Melanthiaceae
Zone: 5 - 9
Natural Range:  Oregon, California
Soil:  Average to moist, humus rich
Light: Part shade
Height: 4"- 8"
Attributes:  Emerging February to March.  Dormant usually by July.  Blue green leaves often with silvery green pattern along the major veins.  Petals white, sometimes pink, occasionally spotted with darker purple.
Notes:  With they're nearly perfect balance of flower and foliage, Pseudotrillium rivale is one of natures little gems.  Pseudotrillium require little care when established in the garden and can form quite substantial clumps over time.

Pot Size:  Small Band Pot