Spring has sprung in the forests north of Toronto. Ontario’s annual display of spring blossoms is in full show, so get outdoors and explore one of Ontario’s many hiking trails. The Trilliums are carpeting much of Ontario’s forests now along with many of Ontario’s other indigenous wildflowers. Spring is also a great time of year to watch the ferns unfurl their fronds and to take in the unmistakable garlic smell of wild leeks.
Wild Leeks & Large-flowered Bellwort
Please ensure you only bring out from the hike, what you brought in so that other’s may enjoy their walk in the woods.
From the desk and trails of 400 Eleven’s Laura in Muskoka.
For more on what is blooming in Ontario, check out Kevin Forget’s Spring Blossom Report, posted Thursdays throughout Spring