St. Pierre and Miquelon Field Trip Participants

Walk to Picco's Brook with Madeleine and Ross

Leopard Marsh Orchid Walk

Bidgoods Park Walk

Leopard Marsh Orchid, Dactylorhiza majalis subsp. praetermissa var junalis, Nagles Hill, Pippy Park July 14

Big Crowd for the John Maunder-Led walk to view downtown Plants

Pink Lady’s Slippers, Cypripedium acaule, at Ocean Pond, photo by Heather Saunders on July 9

Arethusa bulbosa subcaerulea

Pogonia ophioglossoides

Calopogon tuberosus

Sarracenia purpurea

The bog orchids in Little Soldiers Pond are in bloom. Gene and Karen Herzberg visited there on July 11. The white fringed orchids are only partially open but the grass pinks, arethusa and rose pogonia are in great condition. Karen also found an unusual pitcher plant that lacked the usual red colour.

Photo and comments from Ken Knowles. Photo taken on July 10.The rare introduced Small Lousewort that John Maunder reported from Middle Cove in 2009 seems to be increasing. There were five separate groups of plants between Middle Cove beach and The Motion, all blooming about five weeks later than John had seen them in 2009. Take the East Coast trail north from Middle Cove beach and keep looking to the right of the trail. They are tiny.

Mount Scio June 26

Trientalis borealis, Starflower

Pink Lady’s Slippers, Cypripedium acaule

Tree Walk at Government House with Todd Boland June 22
Photo by Carmel Conway

Photos from the Hawke Hills, May 31

Diapensia laponica

Kalmia procumbens

Below are some photos from the Carnivorous Plant Exhibit at the Rooms

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