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

5 Comments

  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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