Thursday, April 30, 2009

More Spring Beauty

As I was out searching for some wild leeks yesterday, I happened to stumble across these two different colored trilliums, flowers that emerge in early to mid-spring and grow amongst the leaf litter in the moist, rich forest floor of the Appalachian mountains...

(Editors Note: You can click on the images for a larger view.)

Notice the wild leek (or ramps, as they are known around these parts) growing just to the right of the white trillium.

An astounding work of our Creator!

These are the wild leeks before I dug them.

The wild leeks after I dug them.

God bless!

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