Come and visit Morris Park and keep an eye out for the Trout lilies.
Here, a blooming Trout lily is growing alongside a Mayapple.
Many specimens do not flower in any given population and the leaves are very distinctive and interesting.
Today, a special trip was made down to Indian Creek to visit the Trout lilies.
Today there was only one bloodroot left blooming in the park. Â This year there were two full weeks of blooming Bloodroot, in contrast to last year, when there were four weeks of blooming.
2 Replies to “TROUT LILY BLOOMS IN MORRIS PARK”
Yes, there are more on the way, this is just the beginning! As to exactly how long each specimen blooms i am not sure, but I will watch that one specimen under the mayapple to learn.
Those photos show more emerging lilies! Perhaps the patch of flowers will be more robust in another week. How long does each one bloom?