I told my blog friend at Rurality that I would post a photo of our Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias). It is a plant that grows wild on our property and in the ditches by the road that goes by our house.
On our wild flower walk on Monday evening one of the participants commented that sometimes she saw only one Red Trillium in the spring but that she had seen four already on our walk. That started a bit of a count and by the end of the walk, we had see forty-four Red Trilliums (Trillium erectum).
Following are two more species that we saw last Monday evening:
Large-flowering Bellwort (Uvularia grandiflora)
Long-spurred Violet (Viola rostrata)