Trout Lily

Trout Lily, by F.T. McKinstry

The shadows of the New England woods in spring contain many surprises, among them beds of trout lilies, also called dogtooth violets. These beautiful little plants are named for their spotted green and brown leaves, which resemble a brook trout.

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