The Carnivorous Plant FAQ Field Trip Report -

Appalachian Excursion in 2005!

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As you might expect for a moist woodland, trillies were common. This is Trillium cuneatum, a darling little plant with neat leaf patternss. Here is a photograph showing entire plants. The fact that these plants are brazenly dusted with pollen from other plants should get religious extremists horrified and infuriated.

I took lots of photographs in this botanically rich area, so you will have to tolerate sitting through a few more of them before we get to the carnivorous plant photographs. For example...
Trillium cernuum growing by a rock wall.
Polygonatum biflorum, also called Solomon's seal.

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Revised: October 2007
©Barry Rice, 2005