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February 14, 2004
Spring is Coming

Winter isn't whipped yet, but the light lingers longer each day and we're beginning to get a sense that a corner has been turned. Spring is in sight. Which means something particular for amateur botanists: Middle Tennessee is one of the best places in the country for wildflower hikes and the season is almost upon us for the numerous botanical excursions sponsored by Middle Tennessee parks and universities. One of the earliest hikes is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 29 at 1:30 p.m. at the incomparable Shakerag Hollow on the University of the South's campus in Sewanee. Spring ephemerals you might see this early include bloodroot, harbinger-of-spring, and hepatica. Offered by the Sewanee Herbarium, more information on this hike is available by calling 931-598-1798.

February 28, 2004
Mossy Ridge Trail, Percy Warner Park, Nashville

Feb. 28, 2004
Spring Beauty
Claytonia virginica
Mossy Ridge Trail, Percy Warner Park, Nashville, TN

 

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