Evening Foray on Tallgrass Prairie • Leavenworth County
Wednesday, May 14th, 2008
McLouth, KS • Map
Visit a privately owned high quality hay meadow. See showy plants like bread-root scurf-pea, ground-plum milk-vetch, New Jersey tea, pale-spike lobelia, plains wild-indigo and prairie phlox. Other interesting plants growing on this prairie include: blunt-leaf milkweed, porcupine grass and prairie dropseed grass. Kansas Native Plant Society Board Members Shirley Braunlich and Jeff Hansen, KNPS Past President, will co-lead the walk. We will meet in McLouth at Casey's General Store (310 E. Lake St.) on 16 Hwy at 6pm and caravan to the prairie.
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