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…another mail order firm just announced their sale on Red Trillium. Below are their “sale”prices for Red Trillium, which included shipping; that is a good deal. 7 for $ 35.00 ($5.00 ea) 10 for $ 45.00 ($4.50 ea) 15 for $ 60.00 ($4.00 ea) 20 for $ 70.00 ($3.50 ea)
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FROM EASTERN PLANT IN MAINE ..AND GET A FREE PASS TO WILDWLAKWAYS TRAILS FOR NEXT YEAR
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BELOW IS OUR RED TRILLIUM PRICE AND PLEASE TELL YOUR GARDENING FRIENDS
OUR PRICES ALSO INCLUDE SHIPPING BY PRIORITY MAIL
7 for $ 33.00 ($4.71 each)
10 for $ 42.00 ($4.20 each)
15 for $ 58.50 ($3.90 each)
20 for $ 68.00 ($3.40 each)
Our plants are GROWN outside and planting now is perfectly safe.
Red Trillium is one of the easier Wildflowers. It blooms for several weeks in late spring and its foliage looks good late into summer. If you have any well drained soil or even a somewhat heavier clay that is not compacted, this will do very well. Hardy from zones 4-7. We grow these in large beds and have just dug these now dormant bulbs. They will emerge in spring and bloom, giving years of pleasure.
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YOU WILL GET A FREE, TRANSFERABLE PASS (so you can give it to anyone) TO OUR WILDWALKWAYS TRAILS, GOOD FOR NEXT YEAR. WE WILL BEGIN CHARGING NEXT YEAR, SO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE FREE PASS OFFER NOW. Wildwalkways is the trail system thru our forest. You will see the best rhododendrons native plants and ecosystems in a totally natural setting. There is nothing else like it. Visit us and Wildwalkways in Georgetown, Maine.
As a visitor just said “i’ve been a landscape designer and horticulturist for twenty years and I learned more today in two hours at your place!”
A spectacular Pinxterbloom azalea near the lake trail at Wildwalkways
A waterfall on one of the trails at Wildwalkways
Many new informative plant articles are coming over the fall and winter on the blog here.