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Trillium erectum, aka Wake Robin, Stinking Benjamin or simply Red Trillium, is a unique spring ephemeral that prefers moist, deciduous woodlands. Be advised never to sniff this one, as its odor is fetid and is pollinated by carrion flies. However, its … Continue reading

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It is such a joy to be outside these days with the birds calling from nearly every tree and bush, I’m thrilled to be alive to witness the renewal of another spring. After this past, bitterly cold winter, these warm, sunny … Continue reading

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