A few finds during the winter in New Hampshire

I am always looking for photos of different plants when they are not in their prime flowering season. Most images show a healthy blooming plant. As I come across over-wintering or dead plants from the previous season that I can identify, I will post them.

Adiantum pedatum in the New England winter, Maiden Hair Fern
Adiantum pedatum in the New England winter, Maiden Hair Fern
Larix laricina, American Larch, during winter in New England
Larix laricina, American Larch, during winter in New England
Chimaphila umbellata, or pipsissewa, winter in New Hampshire
Chimaphila umbellata, or pipsissewa, winter in New Hampshire
Comptonia peregrina, Sweet Fern, winter in New Hampshire
Comptonia peregrina, Sweet Fern, winter in New Hampshire
Goodyera tesselata, Checkered rattlesnake plantain, evergreen winter leaves. This one is probably large enough to flower this year.
Goodyera tesselata,
Checkered rattlesnake plantain, evergreen winter leaves. This one is probably large enough to flower this year.
Boechera stricta, Canada rock cress.
Boechera stricta, or Canada Rock Cress I have been told it is pronounced BUKE ER A ­čÖé
Capnoides sempervirens just emerging in March in New Hampshire, Pink Corydalis
Capnoides sempervirens, or Corydalis sempervirus. These little leaves will grow into a pretty flower in a few more months. Pink Corydalis
Corallorhiza trifida capsules in winter in New England
Corallorhiza trifida is the most common orchid we find in the winter mossy swamps in the Lakes Region.
American Witch-Hazel in the New England winter
American Witch-Hazel in the New England winter
Polypodium virginianum, PolyPoty fern
Polypodium virginianum, a common evergreen fern easy to spot in the Winter
Triadenum fraseri/virginicum in winter in New England
Marsh St. John’s Wort in winter , Triadenum fraseri or Triadenum virginicum
Lobelia dortmanna underwater right after ice out on Lake Winnipesaukee
Lobelia dortmanna underwater right after ice out on Lake Winnipesaukee
Keith

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