Flowers

There are many different types of beautiful flowers blooming in Floyds Fork. These flowers add a variety of color and beauty to the habitats in the area. Without them Floyds Fork would be lacking a vital part of its beauty. Below is a list of the flowers in Floyds Fork. The name and description of each plant is located to the left or right of their picture.  

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Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) - Delicate wildflower in this forest type is particularly showy in the springtime. ff_bloodroot.JPG (13803 bytes)
ff_wildginger.JPG (10808 bytes) Wild Ginger (Asarum canadnese) - Delicate wildflower in this forest type is particularly showy in the springtime.
Wild Geranium (Geranium maculatum) - Delicate wildflower in this forest type is particularly showy in the springtime. ff_wildgeranium.JPG (8079 bytes)

ff_toothwort.jpg (9659 bytes)

Cutleaf Toothwort (Dentaria laciniata) - Delicate wildflower in this forest type is particularly showy in the springtime.
May-Apple (Podophyllum peltatum) - Delicate wildflower in this forest type is particularly showy in the springtime. ff_mayapple.JPG (14380 bytes)
ff_jackinthepulpit.JPG (16075 bytes) Jack-in-the-Pulpit (Arisaema atrorubens) - Delicate wildflower in this forest type is particularly showy in the springtime.
Tickseed Sunflower (Bidens aristosa) - Found in wet, poorly drained fields on abandoned flood plain's.

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