I went for a short walk in the woods this weekend and found two things I was looking for.
First, I found the Common Wild Rose (Rosa woodsii). This plant grows abundantly around the edges of native habitat. It blooms in early June . These flowers certainly brighten up the woods. Going for a walk can make you very cheerful and hopeful.
The second plant I was looking for was the Yellow lady slipper (Cypripedium calceolus). They grow widely here and appear to like areas of soil that have been disturbed as they like to grow in ditches. The ones I was looking for had been planted in a sanctuary. We took them from an area that was to be developed
Apologies for not having a photograph . I took pictures and when I came home I deleted pictures that didn't turnout well. Only now did I notice that I deleted all Yellow Lady Slippers.
Blooms are coming quickly now so the next flowers I will make sure that I keep some photos