DescriptionThis plant originating in the west of the United States flowers in spring in the forests of the ravines and along the rivers. The petals from 6 to 11 cm are crimsons. The oval sheets have little marked spots. The fruit is a bay crimson.
Surface of distributionExtreme south of Oregon and north of California, along the coast and in mountain.
OthersThe variety luteum J.D. Freeman is with pale yellow flower with lines crimsons.
- Frederick W. Box, Jr. & Roberta B. Box, Trilliums , Timber Close, 1997 ISBN 0-88192-374-5
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