Two years ago I purchased a White Trillium-Trillium grandiflorum from Nasami Farm, the Western Mass extension of the New England Wildflower Society, recently renamed the Native Plant Trust. As a new transplant it didn’t do much but last year there were two buds. One never opened and the other did a little then dropped its petals without getting to full bloom. Disappointing. But this year it has blossomed with both flowers on display.
I am hopeful that it is now an established plant. Several other natives are performing well and will show up here later. Now if only the Showy Lady’s Slipper will bloom the woodland garden will be approaching success.