Northland Nature: Purple clematis lights up the roadside
Each year as April unfolds into May, the woods is carpeted with a widely diverse and colorful group of spring wildflowers. With limited time to bloom and grow, they take advantage of the available sunlight and rapidly develop a stem, leaves and flowers. After a week or two, they just as quickly fade as shade takes over from the spring sunlit scene.
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