One of the most striking of all North American Trilliums! The deep maroon blooms are one of only a few native red-colored wildflowers. The large heart-shaped leaves are attractive in their own right. Plant with other low growing woodland wildflowers such as Virginia Bluebells, Shootingstar, and Wild Bleeding Heart. Requires a rich medium to moist soil, and thrives in clay with a good layer of topsoil. Zones 3-7.