Wandering through Spring in Johnson County

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Senecio

Mayapple blossom

Just a couple of things.  Now is the time to start looking for orchids, if that quest is on your list.  This image of a lady slipper orchid was taken today.  Won’t be long until this is blooming–if the deer don’t get it.

Lady Slipper

Speaking of deer:  This yearling apparently is barely tolerated by the others in this group.  Note the deep kick scars wounds down both sides.  Sorry for the photo quality–nearly dark.

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  1. Nice spring pics! The picture of Senecio reminds me of my old botany teacher and boss when I worked in the KSU herbarium, Ted Barkley. He was a self proclaimed Seneciologist.
    I was out yesterday searching for morels and orchids(O. spectabilis). Found both but the orchids had not bloomed yet. I’ll try to send a few pictures. Also saw a timberdoodle!

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