trillium grandiflorum


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trillium

Smooth round stem 2 ft tall (60cm) tinged with red, topped with 3 wavy-edged leaves and a 3 petal flower, colored white, red or pink. Whole plant is edible. Young unopened leaves taste like sunflower seeds. Leaves and flower can be used in salads or as tea. Root used as antiseptic, calm spasms, help promote menstruation. Boiled-down root bark used for earache.
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Stigmatic self-incompatibility and mating patterns in Trillium grandiflorum and Trillium erectum (Melanthiaceae).
Density-dependent pollinator visitation and self-incompatibility in upper Great Lakes populations of Trillium grandiflorum.
Trillium grandiflorum (Liliaceae) is a native, herbaceous perennial that occurs in the understory of deciduous forests throughout the Great Lakes region of North America and south through the Appalachian Mountains into Georgia and North Carolina (Gleason and Cronquist 1991).
Trillium grandiflorum is patchily distributed in the understory of Long Woods, with patch sizes ranging from a few to [greater than]2000 individuals.
056) of the outcrossing rate indicate that this population of Trillium grandiflorum is highly outcrossing.
Ultimate fitness consequences of animal-mediated seed dispersal in Trillium grandiflorum
Chromosome variation and evolution in Trillium grandiflorum.