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Spring Wildflower Season Slows as Colder Temperatures Return to Ohio

White trout lily
Thanks to the warm up in late February, a number of spring wildflowers have made their presence known. It was looking like spring may come fast, but thanks to the cool down, we can catch our breath. Take a deep breath…


Wildflower Bloom Report from March 27, 2015

Posted on 3/27/2015 by Lindsay Deering

Ohio’s wildflower season is underway with several species in bloom, including skunk cabbage, harbinger-of-spring, snow trillium, hepatica, and spring beauty.

Peak Bloom

Our earliest blooming species, skunk cabbage, can be found flowering throughout the state this weekend. It remains one of the only species in bloom in our northern counties. Look for this species in wet, mucky low areas in forests along stream bottoms.

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