Sunday, June 1, 2014

Spring Blooms - Watershed #20

This last week of May was a great week to take a couple of hikes along the Ice Age Trails near Gardens at Waters East.  So many spring flowers to see and enjoy.  Here are selections of the many blooms now found in Wisconsin along the Ice Age Trails at Potawatomi State Park in Door County, to the Ice Age Trails in Kewaunee and in Algoma.  This is all a part of the important Watershed that cradles and nurtures the Gardens at Waters East. The weather was great.  Indeed it was a nice time to be out walking.

ENJOY  the  HIKE

 Nodding Trillium - Trillium cernuum

 Apple Blossoms

 Jack-in-the-pulpit

 Blue eyed grass - Sisyrinchion

 Anemone

 Yellow Violet

 Native Trillium

 Dandelion

 Wild Strawberry


 Blue Violet - the state flower of Wisconsin

The Watershed - that cradles - Gardens at Waters East



Note of Interest:
Every photo, repeat, every photo posted on this Blog has been and will continue to be only photos taken on the property of Gardens at Waters East.
The exception will be those posted in the series – Watershed.  For important facts, details, and an overview of the watershed, refer to the posting of July 2, 2011.  The information there will place all the photos in this special series in a proper context.




2 comments:

  1. Lovely blooms and views! I'm hoping to hike that part of the Ice Age Trail later this summer. We will be spending some time in Door County, and hope to do that hike on the return trip. We do have some incredible resources here in our state!

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