Trillium bloom in Ontario's hardwood forests in April and May
In 1937, Ontario adopted trillium as it's official flower. The name "trillium" came from the prefix "tri" meaning three, as each blossom has three petals and each plant has three leaves.
The blossom is associated with peace and hope.
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