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Spring Wildflower Walk, Central Moraines Chapter

May 21, 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Images showing several of the early spring flowers we may see on our spring wildflowers walk!

Spring Wildflower Walk!

Join Central Moraines Chapter volunteers, Saturday, May 21, as we amble along the Plover River Segment of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail to view the amazing spring flowers in bloom.

We’ll take our time, smell the wild ramps, observe, and (hopefully) identify the early spring ephemerals. This spring wildflower walk will be an out-and-back saunter (a slow-paced walk).  Distance will be determined by event participants on the day of the hike.

The wildflowers we’ll watch for are early emerging plants found in this area: wild ramps, wild ginger, bloodroot, hepatica, trout lilies, blue cohosh, dutchman’s breeches, squirrel corn, false rue anemone, trillium, spring beauties, early meadow rue, Solomon’s seal, false Solomon’s seal, large-flowered bellwort, miterwort, Virginia waterleaf, maidenhair fern, wild sarsaparilla, Baneberry, and more!

Meet Us:

  • Meet at the HH parking lot.  It’s about 1 1/2miles north of WI 52, north of Aniwa.  Watch for the black and yellow Ice Age Trail Event signs.

What to Bring:

  • Dress for the weather
  • Camera, if you’d like
  • Wildflower guide if you have one

Hike Leaders:

  • Sean Emmerich, IATA volunteer, photographer, avid hiker
  • Gail Piotrowski, IATA volunteer and Wisconsin Master Naturalist



Gail Piotrowski


CEMO, Plover River, Hwy HH
Hwy HH
Aniwa, WI United States
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