Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Cardamine concatenata and Trillium cuneatum are flowering along the roadside in Fern Valley

I went by Fern Valley this afternoon, rallied the energy. Because this area is right beside the road (under the big Beech across the road and down from the parking lot) it didn't take all that much energy. Besides the Toothwort and Sweet Betsy, there are abundant Virginia Bluebells showing color, a clump of Trillium luteum, various violets, and things I've forgotten. It'll be good this weekend as will the rest of the collection. I know Bloodroot and Hepaticas are flowering; I'll summon up my energy tomorrow and walk through!

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