Posted by: Sandy Steinman | January 30, 2020

Samuel P. Taylor State Park Wildflowers 1/29/20

Fetid Adder’s Tongue and Redwood Sorrel are blooming at the park. They are precursors to spring! Fetid Adder’s Tongue, also known as slinkpod, is “ill smelling” and is pollinated by fungus gnats. It’s seeds are spread by native ants, which eat the top layer of the seed and in so doing, help plant the seed in the ground. The plant also has the ability to clone itself.

See photos and read more about the park at Samuel P. Taylor State Park – Home


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