Two Native Spring Wildflowers


Trillium recurvatum, or prairie trillium is a native Wisconsin wildflower that requires moderate moisture. It grows easily in woods or prairies and makes a wonderful perennial plant for the home garden. Photo by Stephen B. Glass.

 

Starry false Solomon's-seal, (Maianthemum stellatum). LIkes full to partial sun and dry to moderate moisture. This native Wisconsin wildflower grows in many of the same situations as the prairie trillium. This fine plant is easy to grow and has a place in the home landscape. Photo by Stephen B. Glass.

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About Steve Glass

The blogger is a restoration ecologist practicing and writing in the Midwestern United States.
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One Response to Two Native Spring Wildflowers

  1. Cynthia Heath Glenn says:

    Trilliums and Violets are most beautiful in the north central woods of Wisconsin,having lived there,I know

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