|Trillium apetalon (Syn.
T. smalli) is a perennial herb inhabiting damp places in
forests. Stems stand 20-40cm high with leaves in a whorl of three,
each in a shape of a rhomboid-circular, at apexes where single
flowers emerge. Outer perianth lobes, 1.5-2.0cm in length each, are
composed of three, and the color is green or brownish-purple; inner
perianth segments usually do not exist. There are many variations in
flower color and shape. Bloom time: April-May.