Trio of Trilliums!
A springtime favorite, this trio of western trilliums (Trillium ovatum) was found growing next to Lewis Creek in Bellevue, Washington - just south of Cougar Mountain. Like many wildflowers and forbs of moist, damp forests in the Pacific Northwest, these trilliums depend on ants for pollination.
- © 2014
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- Contained in galleries
- Melanthiaceae (Trillium and Death Camas Family), White Wildflowers