Hepatica Wildflower in Wisconsin Woods
Found with pink, purple, blue, or white flowers.
This wildflower needs to have a cold snap with snow to grow.
You will find this wildflower growing anywhere it has moist soil. In Wisconsin, you can find it "hanging" around with the limestone.
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Endangered Dwarf Lake Iris
Pictured is the endangered Dwarf Lake Iris
This miniature iris grows nowhere else in the world but in the Great Lakes Region.
It is found only in Michigan, Manitoulin Island and the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario, and the Door Peninsula of Wisconsin.
It is especially concentrated along certain stretches of the Great Lakes shoreline.
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The Karner blue butterfly's annual life cycle is inextricably tied to this lupine.
About mid-April, wild lupines sprout from rhizomes and forms clumps of flowering stalks.
Two generations of Karner blue butterflies are produced each year.
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Blue- eyed Grass
This wildflower goes by a few names. Blue-eyed Grass, Stout Blue-eyed Grass, Narrowleaf Blue-eyed Grass and the scientific name of Sisyrinchium angustifolium.
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