Wildflowers in bloom at forest preserve
BLOOMINGDALE – The Forest Preserve District of DuPage County is encouraging residents to stop and smell the wildflowers.
Striking displays of springtime blooms are currently blanketing the county’s woodlands, according to the district. They won’t be there long, however.
According to Scott Kobal, the district’s plan ecologist, it could be a shorter than normal season for spring wildflowers. False rue anemone and large-flowered trillium’s are blooming now. Jack-in-the-pulpits, May apples, red trillium’s, Jacob’s ladders, wild hyacinths and a few others might be flowering through the end of May.
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