Since we were at Scioto Trail State Park mid-May, there were so many wildflowers along the trails that I thought they merited their own post. Here’s a look at some of the flowers that we saw, plus some of the living creatures that were near them.
While looking for wildflowers, the following little creatures also caught my eye.
Bob’s post, Scioto Trail State Park, describes the trails, amenities, and location of this park.
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4 thoughts on “May Wildflowers at Scioto Trail State Park”
Is the white globe of flowers (“Unidentified flower”) White Baneberry – Actaea pachypoda?
Oh, so pretty! You KNOW I love those photos! 🙂
The first two photos show a spiderwort (genus Tradescantia) and the sixth appears to be wood sorrel (genus Oxalis).
Thank you, Steve.