Marsh Marigolds like to have their feet wet. John
Nature tidbits from around the area
The red Trillium often referred to as "Stinking Benjamin" is starting to flower. Both Hobblebush and American Fly Honeysuckle are also opening.
In lawns Bluets and Gill-o'er-the Ground can be found.
|American Fly Honeysuckle|
A Woolly Bear, the caterpillar of an Isabella Tiger moth, was on the move today. There are two generations a year of Woolly Bears and this one obviously overwintered.
And Shepherd's Purse is, in its very unspectacular way, starting to open flowers.