Spotted Trillium (Trillium maculatum)
Detail photograph of the leaves of a flowering spotted triliium, seen here growing in a hardwood forest in southern Georgia. Slightly different from its endangered cousin - the confederate trillium - this one grows fairly high about the fallen leaves of the early spring forest floor.
- © 2011
- Image Size
- 1813x2730 / 2.7MB
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- Red & Orange Wildflowers, Melanthiaceae (Trillium and Death Camas Family)