Adirondack Wildflower Extravaganza a Bonus for Wet Spring

Adirondack Wildflowers Currently in Bloom

Adirondack Lifestyle Red TrilliumRed Trillium or “Stinking Benjamin”


Trout LiliesTrout Lilies - note speckle on the foliage mimicking its namesake.


Azure BluetsAzure Bluets

White VioletWhite Violets

Merry BellsMerry Bells

Spring BeautiesSpring Beauties

Yellow VioletYellow Violets

Dutchman's BreechesDutchman’s Breeches


  1. Tiffany

    Very, very pretty! I have some bluets that I need to plant. Such a sweet little flower! Oh, and I’ll have to tell my brother-in-law, Ben, that he is named after a variety of trillium. heehee

  2. Lisa

    I transplanted a trillium from a friend’s garden last year and it wilted immediately, but much to my surprise and delight it came back this spring. I have never seen one before, but it looks a lot like the red trillium “Stinking Benjamin” pictured above. I think it is just beautiful.

  3. Donna

    Just saw a red trillium!

  4. Donna

    Violets on their way, can’t wait to find more!!

  5. Joann

    There are no Trilliums opened here yet, and as review this post from 2011 I am surprised at the number of flowers that have not bloomed as of May 11, 2014. Maybe by the end of today…..things happen quickly once the sun comes out.

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