The following three photos were taken Friday, 18 April 2014 during the wildflower hike to Taylor hollow in northeast Sumner County. Those lucky and/or adventurous enough to make the trip saw sixty-five species as they hiked up the side of the north-eastern Highland Rim then descended two hundred feet into Taylor’s Hollow and followed the
spring fed creek up to a dry waterfall. They returned along the creek amid Dwarf Larkspur, Celandine Poppies, Blue-eyed Mary, Christmas ferns, River Cane and a beautiful stand of Shooting Stars.
Thank you Linda Robertson for organizing and leading this hike. And thank you for sharing your photos with us.
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