woodland wildflowers

bellwort wood violet
budded trillium jack in the pulpit
wood anemones

On a drizzly and cool afternoon, Skippy and I went hunting in the woods for early spring wildflowers. We found many. I think many more than in previous years. In some areas, I just stopped and starred – amazed. The woods were blanketed with flowering natives: a mix of anemones, Solomon seal, Lily of the Valley, geraniums, foam flower, bellwort, wild roses, Jack-in-the-Pulpit, trillium, wood violets and even showy lady’s slipper. Amazing. And beautiful. Several are still budded and I will have to return here to watch them open.


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