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Spring flora View of the forest floor in an old-growth Sugar Maple forest. Species present include Asarum canadense, Athyrium filix-femina, Claytonia caroliniana, Maianthemum canadense, and Allium tricoccum. Geotagged,Minnesota,Spring,United States,spring flora Click/tap to enlarge

Spring flora

View of the forest floor in an old-growth Sugar Maple forest. Species present include Asarum canadense, Athyrium filix-femina, Claytonia caroliniana, Maianthemum canadense, and Allium tricoccum.

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  1. Oh wow! This is awesome! I love this early stage in the season, where I don't get overwhelmed by all of the foliage!

    And you have a VERY late spring! It is miserable here already. We had a record-breaking heat wave last week, so temperatures were in the high 90s for over a week!
    Posted one month ago, modified one month ago
    1. Spring does come here and this year is particularly late. Overnight lows in Tofte on Monday and Tuesday were in the 30s. Posted one month ago
      1. Wow! I'm envious right now! I'm honestly worried we are headed towards a drought season if we don't get some storms soon! We haven't had precipitation in a few weeks now. I know south Georgia is in mild drought. Posted one month ago
        1. It did rain here on Monday and so far there is no indication of drought. My sump pump keeps running so I know the water table is still high! Today it is very warm and just hit 80. Posted one month ago
          1. I love the early spring vegetation too, but am glad we finally have leaves on the trees now! We have been getting lots of rain though, and it has been warm (70's to 80's). I'm already finding lots of mushrooms, which I don't usually see for another month. Posted one month ago
            1. Spring is always a relief after months of winter (which is beautiful in its own way). I love the color of the sky at this time of year and the way the light makes everything look so warm. Posted one month ago

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Uploaded May 31, 2019. Captured May 28, 2019 09:31 in Superior Hiking Trail Leveaux Mountain Loop, Tofte, MN 55615, USA.
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