Here a sampling of the wildflowers that I saw in March and April of this year. With each photo below, I’ve identified the flower and indicated when and where it was photographed. I’m leading off with a flower called Pride of Ohio out of Buckeye pride. 🙂 It is also known as Shooting Star.
If you liked this article, you might be interested in our post, Common Spring Wildflowers in Ohio. And just in case you are interested in visiting any of the parks where I photographed the above flowers, you can find out more about these parks below.
TrekOhio: Morrow County Parks & Nature Preserves — We haven’t published an article on Mt Gilead State Park yet, but it’s located in Morrow County. If you go to this page, you can learn basic information about it.
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We went to Sugarcreek Reserve yesterday and saw whole carpets of tiny bright blue lilies. I can’t find these in any of the databases. Can you tell me what they are? Thanks
Did they look like this?
If so, they are Virginia bluebells (Mertensia virginica).