Jack-in-the-Pulpit 2

Today I found their secret Red Wing Bay lair. Had to take a couple more photos because they are so photogenic. Arum family. Separate male and female plants, females ones larger, pollinated by flies.

The air was full of birdsongs — I was thinking, if the bird walk man were there he would be reading them like a story, but to me… it was like looking at a page of a foreign language that I don’t speak… beautiful but I couldn’t read it. Also when we came out of the woods onto the grassy trail, we scared a big wild turkey who had been ambling along at his leisure.

Jack-in-the-Pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum)

One thought on “Jack-in-the-Pulpit 2

  1. Just the thought of walking in the woods looking for the newest additions to the wildflower landscape is such a gentle way to greet the day. The photographs are beautiful and especially nice interspersed with some of those bonus photos that show the larger landscape for context. And I especially like it when you take the time to comment about what you saw in the wildflower world (like turkeys, for example) on that morning.

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