Wildflower Hike

BluetsToday we went with friends for a ranger-led wildflower hike along Pump Station Trail, part of the Eno River State Park.  We learned about all sorts of wildflowers, including these lovely bluets.  You can click on the images below to see the full-sized versions of each.  If you hold your mouse over the picture, you’ll see what sort of flower I think it is pop up.  (I tried to remember everything we learned today but may have gotten some mixed up — so friends, please correct me if I made a mistake!  As you can see, it was a beautiful day for a hike and to enjoy some of the natural beauty of spring!

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5 Responses to Wildflower Hike

  1. Beautiful!! I couldn’t help but smile seeing all those lovely flowers! Sounds like a wonderful hike. :-)

  2. April says:

    These pictures are beautiful, Kathy! If I’m not mistaken, the picture just before the trail sign is wood sorrel. Aidan loves the stuff!

  3. Kristy says:

    Lovely, happy, wonderful shots, Kathy! I think I best like the chickweed of all the flowers here ! All of these wildflowers are new to me (not native to my area) so I’m no help with identifying. The little archway in the brickwork is magical! My daughter would want to build a fairy house near there.. (-:

    It’s wonderful that your daughter gets to grow up with the Enos River, and that you have discovered it as your haven, too! You have inspired me to go walk our San Pedro River- perhaps this weekend….

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