Fire Pink

I’ve mentioned it before, but I will say it again: adding wildflowers to our search images for our walks in the woods has added so much extra richness to our hikes. Plants that I would have previously spared only a cursory glance now become stars of their own natural history vlog episodes! Fire pinks are one of the showier flowers we’ve come across in our rambles through Durant Nature Park, and are definitely one of my favorites. I only wish they bloomed longer; they were here and gone in a couple weeks.

Until next spring, enjoy the video!

 

 

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