A Sampler of Spring Woodland Wildflowers – Part 4 (Final Chapter)

Today, I returned to 100 Acre Wood in the Town of Malta to continue my wildflower inventory.  The parade of spring woodland wildflowers is coming to a close; summer is just around the corner!

I hope you enjoy the continuation (and culmination) of this sampler of what is in bloom this week in a nearby woodland; take a look.

Partridgeberry

Partridgeberry

Prickly Dewberry

Prickly Dewberry

Debtford Pink

Debtford Pink

Hop Clover

Hop Clover

Multi-flora Rose

Multi-flora Rose

Honewort

Honewort

Common Speedwell

Common Speedwell

Indian Cucumber Root

Indian Cucumber Root

Spreading Dogbane

Spreading Dogbane

Bristly Dewberry

Bristly Dewberry

Field Hawkweed

Field Hawkweed

Whorled Loosestrife

Whorled Loosestrife

Small Sundrops

Small Sundrops

Other species also in bloom today included:

  • Alsike Clover
  • Black Medick
  • Common Blue-eyed Grass
  • Common Cinquefoil
  • Common Evening Primrose
  • Cow Vetch
  • Daisy Fleabane
  • Dwarf Cinquefoil
  • Eastern Blue-eyed Grass
  • False Solomon’s Seal
  • Foxglove Beardtongue
  • Ground Ivy
  • Henbit
  • Lesser Stitchwort
  • Low Bindweed
  • Low Hop Clover
  • Mouse-ear Chickweed
  • Oxeye Daisy
  • Red Clover
  • Sulphur Cinquefoil
  • Thimbleberry
  • Tower-mustard
  • White Campion
  • White Clover
  • Yellow Wood Sorrel

For a look at what some of these additional species look like, view the early spring collection of wildflowers and also view the late spring collection of wildflowers elsewhere on my blog.

Happy trails!

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