Specific place for Trillium cuneatum
HAROLD V HOLMES
hv.holmes at WORLDNET.ATT.NET
Wed Oct 15 02:44:44 CEST 2003
T. Cuneatums grow in heavy clay on limestone mountainsides and valleys here
in north Alabama.
Our wildflower and trillium beds are mostly leaf mulch with some sand.
Cuneatums grow well in the woods but grow "great" in the leaf mulch and sand
I like cuneatums for their many color variations and different leaf
patterens. Another common and underrated T. is the old "twisted" Stamineum.
It also has great viriations in petal and sepal color and leaf patterns.
N. Alabama, USA
From: Daniela Goll <goll at CLUB-INTERNET.FR>
To: TRILLIUM-L at NIC.SURFNET.NL <TRILLIUM-L at NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Date: Tuesday, October 14, 2003 4:48 AM
Subject: Specific place for Trillium cuneatum
>I hope somebody answers this newbie question!
>I've just purchased some Trilliums from Potterton & Martin, and
>completed a new woodland bed to plant them in (with other plants, of
>course. My soil is neutral-to-acidic heavy clay, so I amended it with
>lots of leafmould and sand, pulling it a little to the acidic side.
>Now I read in the Case's book that T. cuneatum prefers lime. I wonder if
>it's advisable to amend the spot I want to plant it in with tufa dust
>and some old mortar? Would it be better if I isolated it from the rest
>of the bed?
>Gretz, near Paris, France
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