Indiana Dunes State Park naturalist Jessica Rosier holds up a piece of skunk cabbage and invites guests to smell its distinctive scent during Saturday morning's hike to spot the first wildflowers of spring.
Indiana Dunes State Park naturalist Jessica Rosier identifies skunk cabbage during Saturday morning's hike in the park to spot the first wildflowers of spring.
PORTER | “You’re all together to find out if they’re here yet!” Indiana Dunes State Park naturalist Jessica Rosier said to her group of hikers Saturday morning, trying to catch a glimpse of the year’s first wildflower.
Wildflowers are an attractive choice for home gardeners who hope to attract wildlife with plants that are also low-maintenance, and drought- and disease-resistant.
The community is invited to join a Lake County Parks Naturalist on a Wildflower Walk on Friday, May 25, and Friday, June 15, at 9:30 a.m. at Gibson Woods, 6201 Parrish Ave. in Hammond. More than 300 species of native plants are found in Gibson Woods, including rare and unique species. Partic…
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