We went to Wiregrass Lake to look for Variegated Scouring Rush.
It is endangered in the state, but is thriving along a large stretch of the shoreline there.
The large rush in this photo is common Horsetail Rush.
If you look closely, you can see a much smaller rush surrounding it.
If you look very closely, you can see two Ladies Tresses orchids - one on the left and one on the right margin of the photo.
Close up of Variegated Scouring Rush
Then we went across the street to what is known as the Jordan Tract - or what we monitors have renamed Gentian Meadow (for obvious reasons).
The population naturally fluctuates.
Even though it was an off year, there were over 200 plants in bloom.