Drooping Trilliums In Central Ohio
This post is pretty much just about trilliums seen this spring in central Ohio. I particular Drooping Trilliums as they aren’t seen as often as their Large-flowered cousins. Perhaps because of a longer and colder than normal winter it’s been a very good year for spring wildflowers. Often seen while looking for migrating warblers or other wildlife, it’s always a treat. Hope you enjoy.
Alum Creek State Park, photographing wild flowers
Drooping Trillium, white, High Banks Metro Park.
Another view, (Donna)
Drooping Trillium, red, High Banks Metro Park.
Drooping Trillium, (Donna)
Large-flowered Trillium, High Banks Metro Park
Large-flowered Trillium, Alum Creek State Park
Large-flowered Trillium turning pink with age, Alum Creek State Park.
Some other things seen.
Squirrel-corn, High Banks Metro Park
Morel Mushroom, High Banks Metro Park
Jack-in-the-pulpit, High Banks Metro Park.
The spring woods at Alum Creek State Park.
Trillium on the forest floor.
Thanks for stopping by.