|Pumpkinvine Wildflower Hikers|
|Bishop's Cap, Mitella diphylla|
|Bishop's Cap up close|
|Large-flowered Bellwort, Uvullaria grandiflora|
|Bristly Crowfoot, Ranunculus pensylvanicus|
Jack-in-the-Pulpit is a favorite flower for many "woodland walkers". There were numerous clumps of them along the trail. We've never seen more on one short walk.
|Mayapple to the left; three Jack-in-the-Pulpits to the right|
May-Apple, Podophyllum pelatum, flowers are still in the bud stage. These three Jack-in-the-Pulpit, Arisaema triphyllum, are less than 12 inches tall.
|A large (20 inches high) Jack-in-the Pulpit|
Large-flowered trillium (Trillium grandiflorum) is at its best - lots of nice big flowers. Many Blue Phlox (Phlox divaricata) are in flower, but likely not yet at their peak.
|Large-flowered Trillium and Blue Phlox|
Common Blue Violet, Viola sororia
Yellow Violet, Viola pubescens
Spring Beauty, Claytonia virginica
Wild Geranium, Geranium malculata
Purple Springcress, Cardamine douglassi
Buttercup, Ranunculu species
Species that are in bud and will likely bloom soon are ---
False Solomon's Seal or Feathery Solomon's Plume, Maianthemum racemosum
Starry Solomon's Plume, Maianthemum stellatum
Solomon's Seal, Polygonatum pubescens
Waterleaf, Hydrophyllum species
|Michigan Lily, Lilium michiganense|
|Same flower as above, turned up to see center|