Tiny Forest Floor Flower | Fringed Polygala | New York

Fringed Polygala.

I never knew these tiny little flowers existed until I moved to where we live now.

These tiny little wildflowers grow in the same area at the edge of our woods every year.

The Fringed Polygala never seem to expand or grow larger. They never seem to fill in more space.

They grow in small groups and as individuals.

Fringed Polygala flowers pop up in seemingly random locations.

They will emerge in areas that seem unlikely to host flowers.

Areas that seem inhospitable. Popping up along rocks, roots, and leaf litter.

I go into our woods every spring to look specifically for these flowers.

If I did not seek these flowers out, I would likely seldom see them.

Photo details: Nikon D300S. Nikon 60mm f/2.8. Focal length 60mm. ISO 400. 1/500 sec. f/3.

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