If you are not spending time bird-watching which involves craning your neck into the canopy branches of trees or peaking through dense shrubbery and you keep your eyes on your feet so that you do not trip over a tree root or step in a nice deep mire of mud, then you might see some of these tiny and wonderful woodland wildflowers. A few I know and the rest you are on your own. I have gone through a few references in my library and because I only took photos of the blossoms I cannot identify accurately. But you do not want to be bored with history or species ID.
|Jack in the Pulpit...in abundance this year!|
|Blue-eyed grass...so tiny and so lovely.|
|I think a wild clover?|
If you live near a woodland park, take time to explore your toes as you walk.