J.E. Shields
Sat, 03 May 2008 11:50:20 PDT
I checked with my friend Richard, and Aaron is quite right -- it was not 
undulatum that was not found in the park.  My mistake.   What Richard 
probably told me was that there were none close enough to the road for the 
two of us -- two old men, one with really bad knees --  to get to, given 
where we were at the time.  It was getting late in the day, and my long 
suffering wife was back at our motel, waiting for me to come back and take 
her to supper!

Jim Shields
in central Indiana (USA)

At 05:31 AM 5/3/2008 -0700, Aaron wrote:

>--- "J.E. Shields" <> wrote:
> >
> > We did not see T. undulatum, which has not been
> > found inside the park so
> > far, nor T. catesbaei, nor T. sulcatum. Still, I
> > don't think there are many
> > places where you can spend one weekend, stay within
> > a radius of about 20
> > miles, and see 6 species of Trillium in bloom.

Jim Shields             USDA Zone 5             Shields Gardens, Ltd.
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