Evening Wildflower Walk
Tour the woodland pathways and varied plant habitats of the Mundy Wildflower Garden. Spring is the season for experiencing delicate and ephemeral natives such as trillium, Jack-in-the-pulpit, bloodroot, and Solomon’s seal. These plants and many others native to the northeastern U.S., including several that are scarce and vulnerable to exploitation, are carefully managed in this natural area. Free parking is available at the Wildflower Garden entrance.
Instructor: Krissy Boys, gardener and native plants specialist
Location: Meet at the Caldwell Road entrance to the Mundy Wildflower Garden, at the intersection of Caldwell and Forest Home Drive