wakerobin red trillium chesterfield nh april 26One of the first wildflowers to grace the damp forest floor, the red trillium makes a welcome sight in the bright spring sunlight.


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    • They are a welcome sight… their scent is not so pleasant though! One vernacular name is Stinking Benjamin; they are pollinated by flies, attracted to the odor. I’m willing to overlook it; you really can’t tell unless you stick your nose right into the blossom.

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