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It has become somewhat of a tradition that we drive down to Perrott State Park and Hike and have dinner at a local Restaurant. It gives us a chance to enjoy the spring flowers. They were really blooming this year. These are only a few of the flowers we found along the trail. Since our last visit the trail to Brady’s Bluff, has been moved and it now goes through vast fields of Shooting Stars.

More photos from Perrot can be found on my website.

Shooting Star

Rue Anemone

Large-flowered Bellwort

Jack-in-the-Pulpit

Columbine

 

 

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There are a variety of spring flowers blooming on the south slopes of the hills on the farm.

Large-flowered Bellwort

Large Flowered Trillium

Jack-in-the-Pulpit

Downy Yellow Violet

Common Blue Violet

Pussytoes

Wood Anemone

There are a large number of spring Wildflowers Blooming on the farm.

Large-flowered Bellwort

Large-flowered Bellwort

Large-flowered Trillium

Large-flowered Trillium

Wild Geranium

Wild Geranium

Rue Anemone

Rue Anemone

Common Blue Violet

Common Blue Violet

Downy Yellow Violet

Downy Yellow Violet

Jack-in-the-Pulpit

Jack-in-the-Pulpit

A walk around the farm revealed a number of mid-Spring Wild Flowers that are in Bloom.

Large-flowered Bellwort

Large-flowered Bellwort

Jack-in-the-Pulpit

Jack-in-the-Pulpit

Wild Geranium

Wild Geranium

Common Dandelion

Common Dandelion

My wife and I drove down to Perrot State Park earlier in the week to check out the wildflowers. We seemed to hit it just right. There were twenty+ different flowers blooming along the trails. Unfortunately the wind was really blowing making it difficult to photograph. I did manage a few photos.

Shooting Star

Shooting Star

Large-flowered Bellwort

Large-flowered Bellwort

Jack-in-the-Pulpit

Jack-in-the-Pulpit

False Rue Anemone

False Rue Anemone

Late last week I made the trip up the Ice Age Trail east of Rice Lake to hike the Hemlock Creek Loop. The weather was overcast and I was hoping to get a chance to photograph a few wildflowers. Much to my amazement I found over twenty different wildflowers in bloom. Large Flowered Trillium were the most common but there were lots of wild strawberries, a variety of anemone, violets and many more. If you have never hiked this segment of the ice age trail now is a great time to do it.

On the down side there were a few mosquitoes out.

Common Blue Violet

Jack-in-the-pulpit

Large-flowered Bellwort

Large-flowered Trillium

Rue Anemone

Wild Strawberries

Gaywings