Trillium viridescens


Trillium viridescens

Taxobox
name = Ozark Trillium
status = G3
status_system = TNC
status_ref = Cite web
publisher =NatureServe
title = Trillium viridescens
work = NatureServe Explorer
url = http://www.natureserve.org/explorer/servlet/NatureServe?searchName=Trillium+viridescens+
accessdate = 2008-05-02
]
regnum = Plantae
divisio = Magnoliophyta
classis = Liliopsida
ordo = Liliales
familia = Melanthiaceae
genus = "Trillium"
species = "T. viridescens"
binomial = "Trillium viridescens"

"Trillium viridescens", the Ozark Trillium, is a spring-flowering perennial plant found in parts of Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas and Louisiana. It usually grows in rich deciduous forest where the soil is clayey and calcareous. The flower usually has bi-colored petals — purplish near the base and green above — which stand upright at the junction of the three leaves.

References

*Case, Frederick W. and Case, Roberta B. (1997) "Trilliums". ISBN 0-88192-374-5



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