Wildflower Trail

Spring 1977 found the Rhododendron grove in ruins, a casualty of the winter's storms. When state funding alone proved insufficient for the repairs the Fitzwilliam Garden Club volunteered their services. The state Division of Parks and Recreation accepted and invited the members to develop and maintain a wildflower trail for the public's enjoyment.

From month to month flowers fade into and out of season, but regardless when you choose to walk the Wildflower Trail, spring through summer, there will be something beautiful to behold.


MAP OF WILDFLOWER TRAIL

April & MayJune & JulyAugust & SeptemberFerns
Bloodroot
Dutchman's Breeches
Hepatica
Mayflower
Bellwort
Blue Flag
Bunch-berry
Clintonia
Columbine
Fringed Polygala
Foam-flower
Gold Thread
Jack-in-the-pulpit
Painted Trillium
Shadbush
Solomon's Seal
Star-flower
Trillium
Wild Lily-of-the-Valley
Wild Oats
Checkerberry
Dewdrop
Heart-leaved Aster
Mountain Laurel
Partridgeberry
Pink Lady's Slipper
Pipsissewa
Red Baneberry
Rhododendron
Shin-leaf
Twin-flower
White Baneberry
Wood Azalea
Wood Sorrel
Indian Pipe
Wild Lettuce
Wood Aster
Woodland Aster
Brake, Braken
Christmas Fern
Maidenhair Fern
Rockcap Fern
Royal Fern


Copyright 2002 by Frank Bequaert

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