The Trilliums I wrote about previously are full of surprises. First it took 2 years to appear and now it has done a color shifting chameleon/octopus/cuttlefish act and turned from pure white to pink. Not exactly completely pink but pink stripes. The flower petals are starting to thin indicating the end of bloom time but 2 weeks for a wild flower is pretty good I think. I liked the Trilliums so much, I bought another one at the annual Mastergardeners sale the past weekend a T. luteum "Lemon Toadshade, Yellow Wakerobin and hopefully we won't have to wait several years for it to bloom.
The Trilliums we have seem to be a cross between GRANDIFLORUM, f. grandiflorum and GRANDIFLORUM, f. roseum since they are not uniformly pink.