Trillium grandiflorum

A charismatic  wildflower with exquisite pure white petals

Trillium grandiflorum white trillium

Plant grows in the wild/spontaneouslyPlant is native to PA

A beautiful inhabitant of western PA with large, pure white flowers that fade to pink by end of spring.  This trillium forms large colonies that slowly spread across rich woodlands.  Main pollinators of white trillium are bees and wasps.  Ants disperse the seeds.

Forests, moist woodlands.

Mostly found in the western half of the state.

Wetland code: Not classified

Flowers late April to early May.

S-rank:  No Rank
G-rank:  G5 (Secure)

Trillium grandiflorum white trillium

Plant grows in the wild/spontaneouslyPlant is native to PA
Trillium grandiflorum gallery
Plant Life-Form
perennial forb
Common Names
white trillium