Spring
Woodland
Wonders

 

of River Bend Nature Center

bloodroot
   

Every spring the forests of River Bend burst alive with a carpet of wildflowers unlike any other season. The ephemeral perennials are quite varied in form, but share a number of similar traits: low to the ground, fast blooming, short duration, highly predictable location, and wondrous to see!

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Here are just a few of River Bend's woodland treasures. Stop by during April to see them for yourself, but in the meantime feel free to click on images below for a better view.

sharp-lobed hepatica

sharp-lobed hepatica

sharp-lobed hepatica

sharp-lobed hepatica

sharp-lobed hepatica

sharp-lobed hepatica

sharp-lobed hepatica

sharp-lobed hepatica

sharp-lobed hepatica

sharp-lobed hepatica

white trout lily

white trout lily
(E. albidum)

white trout lily

white trout lily
(E. albidum)

white trout lily

white trout lily
(E. albidum)

dwarf trout lily

dwarf trout lily
(E. propullans)

dwarf trout lily

dwarf trout lily
(E. propullans)

spring beauty

spring beauty

spring beauty

spring beauty

bloodroot

bloodroot

bloodroot

bloodroot

white leek

wild leek leaves

rue anemone

rue anemone

rue anemone

rue anemone

dutchman's breeches

Dutchman's breeches

dutchman's breeches

Dutchman's breeches

marsh marigold

marsh marigold

   

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