PHOTOS

Spring Wildflowers at the Arboretum

Bluets, _Houstonia caerulea_, grow to 3-6 inches and bloom in late spring. They prefer moist to well-drained soil; sun to partial shade; and are found in open woods, meadows and clearings. They can be found in the Arboretum's Grady Tract.

Bluets, Houstonia caerulea, grow to 3-6 inches and bloom in late spring. They prefer moist to well-drained soil; sun to partial shade; and are found in open woods, meadows and clearings. They can be found in the Arboretum’s Grady Tract.