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My family went for a hike in Ohio’s Mohican State Park this weekend, and I noticed a number of flowers that were just beginning to unfurl.

Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis)

Virginia bluebells (Mertensia virginica)

To see more-developed examples of the above flowers, check out my post, Common Spring Wildflowers in Ohio.

Besides the flowers, fiddlehead ferns also were beginning to unfurl.

Fiddlehead ferns

New life is emerging all over the forests.

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6 thoughts on “Unfurling

    1. Spring is definitely in the air. I’ve been trying to photogragh tadpoles, too, but the glare off the water surface makes that tricky. The flowers are much more cooperative. 🙂

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