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Bloodroot on the Kip Tract

Posted by Erika Barthelmess,
North Country explorer from Canton, NY
April 30, 2013

There is a beautiful patch of bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) plants growing on the Kip Tract. It was overcast and a bit chilly when I took this photo at about 7 am, so the flower is not open, though I suspect as the day warmed that the flowers opened. Also saw an open red trillium near by.