Spring Wildflowers- Picture Post

I love early spring wildflowers in Indiana.  It’s living proof that the winter is behind us and warm days are on the way.  I think winter is nice for about a week, then I’m done with it, and the long wait for spring begins.

Today I wen tromping around the woods at Sodalis Nature Park and took oodles of pictures.

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Sweet Williams

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Trillium and Dutchman’s breeches.

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Cool little shelf mushrooms

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My best guess for the one on the left is Scillia, which is an invasive species.  On the right is Bloodroot, which is not flowering yet.

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May apples have recently sprung up and aren’t blooming yet.

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Spring Beauties are a particular favorite of mine.

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Blue violets and yellow ones were all over.

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Jack in the Pulpit on the left and American Mint on the right.

Do yourself a favor; get out in the woods and shake off the winter blues.

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About JulianneQJohnson

I am a writer in Indiana who lives with two cats, two ferrets, and one fiance. I enjoy cheap coffee and expensive chocolate.
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2 Responses to Spring Wildflowers- Picture Post

  1. Great photos, Julianne.

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