It is spring wildflower season in east central Illinois. Time to take yourself to the woods to see Jack-in-the-pulpit, dutchman’s breeches, toothwort, trillium, dog tooth violet, blue-eye Mary, and Virginia bluebells.
The flowering season is relatively long with flowers blooming from early April through June, but individual flowering is short. So put on your rain boots, grab a cheery umbrella, and take a walk. Bluebells are waiting.
- Sherrie, Archives Librarian