Thursday, April 28, 2011


Can you imagine naming this delicate spring wildflower Bloodroot? The flower got its name because the root is red. In fact, the root was used by Native Americans for red dye for things like war paint.

So just think about that as you spot the flowers next to streams and in loamy areas. This one and many more were found in Potato Creek State Park but hurry they won't last long...    

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