First Wildflower of Spring

I took a walk today in a section of woods I have permission to roam around in. I was there to place two trail cameras now that the snow is finally gone. There were quite a few of these “Spring Beauty” wildflowers on a south facing slope. They are usually the first to bloom in Western Michigan woods. You could easily miss them if you aren’t looking for them.They won’t be around long though.

3 thoughts on “First Wildflower of Spring

  1. Hi Jerry and Jan–still deeply enmeshed in the easement court case, so haven’t been able to keep up up on everything. Hope to be up there in a week or so.This little beauty didn’t happen to be taken on the property, did it?? Nice.I’ll check in later—D

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