Native Region: Pacific Northwest
Trientalis latifolia (bulb)
Zone Range: 7-9
Preferred Climate: Semi/dappled sun; humus rich well draining soil.
One nice bulb. Native tuber forming herbaceous perennial to 15 cm. The 6 point star shaped pale pink flowers seem to float above lance shaped leaves on thin, wire like stems. When happy grows in dense colonies. Drought tolerant when established. Does well growing under small shrubs and base of trees of mixed forest.
Price also refects shipping costs. US customers: check USDA's APHIS before ordering you may need a phytosanitary certificate. Spreads through short rhizomes to form a small single pink tuber. Known by various different names, this BC coastal moist woodland native spreads through short rhizomes but the adult plant forms a small single pink tuber. Deer proof. Loves growing in mulch under the apple trees and multiplies rapidly.
Easy to grow. Needs good winter to spring moisture for proper flower display. Tolerates summer drought. Full growing instructions included with all our bare root plants. Non wildcrafted (all of our native plants are nursery grown).