Definition of Snow trillium
1. Noun. A low perennial white-flowered trillium found in the southeastern United States.
Generic synonyms: Trillium, Wake-robin, Wood Lily
Lexicographical Neighbors of Snow Trillium
Literary usage of Snow trillium
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Gleanings from Nature by Willis Stanley Blatchley (1899)
"The snow trillium belongs to the Lily family and grows only at the base of rocky cliffs or in crevices along the sides of ravines which have a sunny ..."
2. Lake Maxinkuckee: A Physical and Biological Survey by Barton Warren Evermann, Howard Walton Clark (1920)
"... snow trillium, which is rare and local in the state, it is the first of our conspicuous spring flowers, preceded only by a few such forms as skunk ..."
3. Boulder Reveries by Willis Stanley Blatchley (1906)
"Old friends, this snow trillium and wren, whom I first met some twenty years ago; old, yet ever new, ever welcome, especially when I can meet and greet them ..."
4. Woodland Idyls by Willis Stanley Blatchley (1912)
"The harbingers of spring, the red maple, snow trillium, skunk cabbage, liverworts, whitlow grass, pepper and salt, spring beauty, etc., have then long been ..."
5. Iowa Horticulture by Iowa State Horticultural Society (1908)
"The snow trillium (Trillium nivale) rears its white flowers in our woods during the early part of April. April is also the month for the appearance of ..."