Trillium (disambiguation)

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TRILLIUM
(disambiguation)
A.K.A
Wakeropbin, Tri Flower, Birthroot, Birthwort
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Trillium-VineTrillium Vine and Flower
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Trillium Plants  are perennial herbs growing from rhizomes. They produce scapes which are erect and straight in most species. There are three large bracts arranged in a whorl about the scape. There are no true aboveground leaves. There are sometimes scalelike leaves on the underground rhizome. The leaflike bracts are photosynthetic and are sometimes called leaves. The inflorescence is a single flower. The flower has three green or reddish sepals and usually three petals in shades of red, purple, pink, white, yellow, or green. There are six stamens at the center. There are three stigmas that are borne on a very short style, if any. The fruit is fleshy and capsule-like or berrylike. The seeds have large, oily elaiosomes.are a genus of about 40–50 species of perennial flowering plants native to temperate regions of North America and Asia.
Great-White-Trillium Great White Trillium
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Distribution:
There are a genus of about 40–50 species of perennial flowering plants native to temperate regions of North America and Asia.
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Toxic Principle:
Insoluble calcium oxalates
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Poisoning Symptoms include:
Oral irritation, intense burning and irritation of mouth, tongue and lips, excessive drooling, vomiting, difficulty swallowing


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