Beautiful, delicate trilliums are perennial woodland wildflowers found in Ontario in spring. The white trillium is the official flower and emblem of Ontario, and the symbol of the Government of Ontario, Canada.
Enjoying nature walks is one of my favourite things; it makes me happy to enjoy life’s simple pleasures – it’s free and so healthy! The fragrance of the forest and the peaceful atmosphere, takes me to a fairytale place where I can escape the busy, noisy city.
While most Ontarians grew up believing it’s illegal to pick them, only trilliums growing on property owned by conservation authorities and provincial parks are protected by law. Even so, I did not pick any, I prefer to take a snapshot – an image that will not die – rather than disturb this beauty in the forest!