Monday, 28 May 2012

Woodland flowers

Every spring the forest around our place is covered in spring flowers for several weeks. I love walking our trail in the woods taking pictures of them.  My favourites of course are the trilliums, I remember seeing them on Girl Guide hikes when I was younger and I've never grown tired of their beauty. I thought I'd share some of the photos I took this spring. These are all native woodland flowers that grow naturally in our hardwood forest.

Round-lobed Hepatica

Round-lobed Hepatica


Bloodroot


Spring Beauty

Trout lily complete with little white spider
 
Columbine, the hummingbirds love them


Red trillium, we have very few of these, less than a dozen.

White trillium

Wild garlic

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