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Plant Details

Trillium persistens

Persistent Wakerobin, Persistent Trillium

Scientific Name:

Trillium persistens

Common Name:

Persistent Wakerobin, Persistent Trillium

Plant Family

Trilliaceae (Trillium Family)

Native/Alien:

S.E. Native

Type:

Herb/Wildflower

Bloom Color(s):

White

Size in Feet:

1

Light:

Shade

Soil Moisture:

Mesic(*)

Bloom Time:

March - April

Habitat Description:

Acidic forests with hemlocks and heaths. Apr. Endemic to a short stretch of the Tallulah-Tugaloo river system in nw. SC and ne. GA. Petals white to pink. Not present in NC.

State Rank:

No NC Rank Listed (*)

Global Rank:

No Global Rank listed (*)

State Status:

No NC Status Listed (*)

Federal Status:

E - Endangered (*)

Notes:

Humus soils in mixed deciduous-pine woodlands, along stream flats and at edges of Rhododendron thickets, occasionally in open Vaccinium-filled clearings; of conservation concern; 50 m; GA, SC.

Habitat

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Bloom

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Seed Capsule

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Links:

USDA PLANTS Database Record

eFloras
Bird-Friendly Native Plants



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