Flowers of Deer Grove

The following flowers have been designated "Plants of Concern" due
their rarity
both in quantity and variety of locations.

Fire Pink

Small Sundrop

Pale Vetchling (Lathyrus ochroleucus) with yellowish-white flowers 1/2-3/4" long. Note the pair of large stipules at the
base of the leaf stalk. This is a very rare plant only recently
have two sites been identified and recorded as part of the
'plants of concern' program.

Cardinal Flower



The following are spring woodland flowers fairly common at Deer Grove

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bloodroot (narrow leaf is of a toothwart)


Hyacinth (found along the path on west side)


Red Trillium (Trillium recurvatum) growing in our oak woodlands.


Shooting Star

Trout Lilly

Wild Blue Phlox

 

Jack in the Pulpit


The unusual leaf arrangement of the Green Dragon
(Arisaema dracontium). The flower is a green
spike below the leaf

Hepatica - note distinctive leaf that remains all winter (4/15/06)

 


The following are summer and fall images found at Deer Grove

Bottle Gentian


Joe Pye Weed in the western marsh - note the Manarch

Baneberry or Doll's eyes (flowers in spring - this is a fall view of seeds
and view in spring is at right

Baneberry flowering in spring - shown here to complement
fall view at left

Woodland Sun Flower (picture taken in our restoration area #1)

American Bell Flower (found in wet areas along streams)

Rough Blazingstar - found throughout the western meadow

Yellow Cone Flower - also found in same meadow


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