This is a pictorial of photographs and paintings of gardens wild and tamed to be found all over the world. All work is credited to the best of my ability and unless otherwise stated they do not belong to me.
Forest flowers have a certain draw to them. For me, they’re a shade more elegant and fanciful than many of the wildflowers you find carpeting open meadows. And this one in particular reminds me that we’re in the process of raising trilliums in our own Native Plant Garden. It hasn’t reopened yet, but come 2013 you’ll want to be here at the NYBG for the unveiling. —MN
Trillium Flower in the Smoky Mountains, Tennessee.