As the unusual winter comes to an end, the sun shining through the leafless trees warms the forest floor, causing spring wildflowers to awaken. Like little jewels, they poke through the leaf litter and dot the drab landscape with bouquets of white, yellow, pink and blue. Wildflowers are known as spring ephemerals, meaning they have a short life. Join The Natural History Society for crafts and presentations!
Event will include:
-1:15pm / Presentation: “Maryland’s Spring Wildflowers”, by Dwight Johnson of the Maryland Native Plant Society
— Photographer Rose Anderson will host a station displaying both common and hard-to-find Spring wildflowers found in Maryland state parks
— Flower-themed activities and crafts for children