Other posts about this trip:Upper Michigan, Part 1
After crossing the border at Sault Sainte Marie, we drove along the north shore of Lake Huron. We stopped at Chutes Provincial Park half-way to Sudbury.
The Provincial flower, the Large Flowered Trillium (Trillium grandiflorum) was in full bloom and carpeted many of the woodlands throughout northern Wisconsin, Upper Michigan and Ontario.
There were some great native plant combinations at this park.
American Hazelnut understory.
Canada May Flower (Maianthemum canadense) were just some of the low growing natives under the Hazelnuts.
Bunchberry spreads by rhizomes forming a nice colony.
Read an earlier post about this hemiparasitic plant.