Morning to evening, I always missed open hours.
Another day, I found a group on the north slope, just off the old tractor road.
Cardamine concatenata, is new to me. It has finely cut foliage and delicate four petal flowers. It is a lovely plant. Should its leaves hold on as the season progresses, it may be a good candidate for a garden bed.
The Minnesota Wildflowers site helped me identify this one -first reported a couple of weeks ago. It's name is Virginia Wetleaf, Hydrophyllum virginianum, and native to the eastern woodlands of which we are on the very western edge.
Of course, new things are popping up all the time.
All the while the leaves on the trees are a ticking clock that soon strikes shade.