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|Positive ||Hikaro_Takayama ||On Jun 6, 2012, Hikaro_Takayama from Fayetteville, PA (Zone 6b) wrote:
I had a toadshade hitchhike with the root ball of some Arundinaria gigantea that I dug up near Chattanooga, TN back in 2005. Since then, it has not only survived in the woods behind my house, but has even thrived, going from a single plant to at least three flowing sized plants and a few additional babies.
These plants definitely do well in shade, since mine is in at least moderate shade all day.
|Positive ||cathy166 ||On Apr 30, 2009, cathy166 from Stamford, CT (Zone 6b) wrote:
This plant appears in my shade garden with a maroon flower and in my sunny garden with a light green flower. It starts out in zone 6b in Connecticut in early April before most other growth and is interesting in the way it starts growing. It has been in bloom for more than 3 weeks and is still going strong. It seems to be relatively hardy and spreads slowly, and I look forward to seeing it sprout up each spring. It is far prettier and more unusual than the plain trillium.
|Neutral ||macybee ||On Nov 23, 2007, macybee from Deer Park, TX (Zone 9a) wrote:
Toad Shade, Wake Robin
This upright, clump-forming perennial reaches 12-15" in height with a spread of 12-18". It has deep green leaves marbled with pale green, gray and maroon. They bear stalkless, maroon floweres with lance-shaped petals in late spring.
Trillium sessile var californicum bears white flowers.
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:
Blue Mountain, Alabama
Grayson Valley, Alabama
Druid Hills, Georgia
North Decatur, Georgia
Tunnel Hill, Georgia
Bass Lake, Indiana
New Orleans, Louisiana
Elizabeth City, North Carolina
Flat Rock, North Carolina
Raleigh, North Carolina
Penn Wynne, Pennsylvania
Algood, Tennessee (2 reports)
West Allis, Wisconsin