Spring Wildflowers Posted on April 9, 2019by Sue Finch Spring flowers were blooming at the rappelling area off of Big Pine road.Pink varietySpider waiting for a pollinator to show up.Harbinger of SpringPink Lady SlipperWood sorrelWild ColumbineRue Anemone#SessileTrillium at #CrossMound #HistoricalPark #FairfieldCounty #Ohio #365Project #cy365 #119#Bloodroot at #BochHollow #StateNaturePreserve today before the rains moved in. #wildflower #365Project #cy365OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThis parasitic plant grows off of the roots of trees…usually oaks. The white flowers will die off and the cone will persist throughout the summer eventually turning dark brown to black. These were growing at Rhododendron Cove today among the spring beauties.Today at Shallenberger SNP there were a few things trying to bloom. It was very cold so many of the plants were closed up tight. Next to the warmth of the ground this wild ginger plants was hiding its blooms. While many of the Ginger plants had leaves up, only a few had flowers already.These flowers are every where right now, but I found this one at Rhododendron Cove today that had some nice bright pink…almost looks like sugar gleaming in the sun.