Sunday, April 14, 2019

Marsh-marigold

Marsh-marigold grows in profusion along the banks of Cedar Run. This brook is spring-fed and stays cool year-round. Water cress, Nasturtium officinale, grows in the stream's waters, and occasional clumps of giant-leaved skunk-cabbage, Symplocarpus foetidus, dot the banks. Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio, yesterday.

Right now is about peak for marsh-marigold at Cedar Bog, but it should look good for the next week or so. It's well worth the trip. For more information about Cedar Bog, CLICK HERE.

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Observers take a liking to lichen while hiking

From left, Shaun Pogacnik, Jim McCormac, and Tomas Curtis during a recent expedition at Conkles Hollow [Chelsea Gottfried] Observers ...