PNW Plants: Western Trillium original drawing

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PNW Plants: Western Trillium original drawing

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Western Trillium (Trillium ovatum) along with the Sword Fern (Polystichum munitum). According to my Pojar/Mackinnon guide, ants help out in seed dispersal. 'Each seed has a little, oil-rich appendage that is attractive to ants. The ants lug the seeds back to their nest, where they eat the appendages or feed them to the larvae and then discard the remaining seeds on their rubbish piles.' Oh nature, you've got those symbiotic relationship all figure out. 

This is an original pen and ink drawing on archival paper.

Dimensions: 6" x 7"

The drawing comes with a story about the artwork and the artist.

Lovingly drawn in Vancouver, Canada

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