Sunday, April 18, 2010

Today's Flowers

The red trilliums are starting

to bloom in the woods.

They are related to the more well-known

white trilliums.

6 comments:

Bronwynn said...

Very nice. I always assumed they were the same species, just a different phenotype. Do they bloom at the same time as the white ones?

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

Beautiful red and white trilliums.

George said...

We have many white trilliums here in the mountains of east Tennessee, but red trillium are new to me. They are very beautiful.

lazyclick said...

Beautiful flowers.

Clytie said...

Beautiful macro photos! Stunning flowers - ours our white, and when they get old they turn dark purple. I've never seen a red one!

Denise said...

That color is so rich and vibrant and my all time favorite flower. Thanks for sharing it with Today's Flowers. I've really enjoyed this post.

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