Way Early Wildflowers

I went for a walk yesterday along the Roaring Run Trail in Apollo, which follows the Kiski River for quite a ways.  After a week of weirdly warm temperatures for mid-March I was not surprised (well, I was a little surprised) to see the array of wildflowers that were blooming.  Many of these often hold off to early April in a more typical year.
Here are a few examples (and you can click to see a larger image):

Bloodroot and Spring Beauty                 Great Chickweed


Yellow Corydalis                                 Dutchman’s Breeches            


Purple Dead Nettle                            Cut-leaved Toothwort


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