The fields in Michigan are filled with Trillium this time of year...Hope I did this beautiful wild spring flower justice.
Most people are familiar with the larger white-flowering trillium which is so common in our woods, but there are actually eight different species of trillium thought to occur naturally in our state. Four are rare and are assigned “Threatened” or “Endangered” protected status in Michigan. A ninth species, green trillium, is believed to be extirpated, or disappeared completely from the state. Bloom times are variable, from early March for the tiny snow trillium all the way through June for some of the larger species.
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