Spring Ephemerals

Spring ephemerals are woodland plants that grow and bloom in early spring before the emergence of leaves on trees and shrubs, when sunlight can still reach the forest floor. These plants provide an important nectar source for early emerging insects.

These categories are represented by the following abbreviations for easy referral:
(B)-Utilized by birds for food, cover, or nest materials
(BTF)-Utilized by butterflies for nectar
(BW)-Black Walnut Resistant
(D)-Drought Resistant
(DR)-Deer Resistant
(G)- Groundcover
(H)-Host plant
(HM)-Utilized by Hummingbirds
(M)-Utilized by Mammals
(MTH)-Utilized by Moths
(NB)-Utilized by our Native Bee species
(P)-Utilized by many other pollinators
(RR)-Rabbit Resistant

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