Old Military Trail Wildflower Walk • Jefferson County
Saturday, Apr 18th, 2015 @ 1pm
Ferguson Road • Ozawkie, KS • Map
Meet at 1PM at the parking area of the Old Military Trailhead on the west side of Ferguson Road 1 1/2 miles south of the Ferguson Road/KS92 junction for the 4th Annual OMT Wildflower Walk, Saturday, April 18, 2015. In the past we have seen Trout Lilies, Dutchman's Breeches, Mayapples, Jack in the Pulpit, Bladdernut Shrubs and more. For more information, please contact Fred or Nancy Coombs at (785) 872-3463 or by email: email@example.com.
Contact: Fred or Nancy Coombs firstname.lastname@example.org (785) 872-3463
Sponsor: Kansas Native Plant Society
6 people attended the event.
On Saturday, April 18, 2015 a gentle spring rain kept attendance to six area wildflower enthusiasts for the 4th annual woodland walk on the Old Military Trail at Perry Lake. It was a glorious, and very educational, experience thanks to the four experts in the photo below; all agreed that it was much preferable to hot, windy weather, if a bit slippery on upper slopes. The False Rue Anemone filled the cloud-darkened forest floor with tiny white lights, other regulars this time of season included Toothwort, Dutchman’s Breeches, Yellow Violet, Rattlesnake Fern, American Lopseed, Anise Root, Wild Chervil, Canadian Honewort, Moonseed, and Bladdernut shrubs. The four stalwarts continued down the other side of the trail and may want to add to this report. All in all, it was a day filled with good company, lovely ephemeral spring blooms, fresh air, and lots of birdsong!
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