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Smith's Fairybells (Latin name: Disporum smithii) growing along the Wildwood Trail. This plant is different from Hooker's Fairybells because the leaves and stems aren't hairy at all.

aag.jpg This is where the Wildwood Trail crosses the Dogwood Trail. You can see the signs have been vandalized so the junction isn't signed when this photo was taken in August 2010.ThumbnailsThe Wildwood Trail winds through Forest Park and connects to a multitude of trails throughout the park.This is where the Wildwood Trail crosses the Dogwood Trail. You can see the signs have been vandalized so the junction isn't signed when this photo was taken in August 2010.ThumbnailsThe Wildwood Trail winds through Forest Park and connects to a multitude of trails throughout the park.This is where the Wildwood Trail crosses the Dogwood Trail. You can see the signs have been vandalized so the junction isn't signed when this photo was taken in August 2010.ThumbnailsThe Wildwood Trail winds through Forest Park and connects to a multitude of trails throughout the park.This is where the Wildwood Trail crosses the Dogwood Trail. You can see the signs have been vandalized so the junction isn't signed when this photo was taken in August 2010.ThumbnailsThe Wildwood Trail winds through Forest Park and connects to a multitude of trails throughout the park.This is where the Wildwood Trail crosses the Dogwood Trail. You can see the signs have been vandalized so the junction isn't signed when this photo was taken in August 2010.ThumbnailsThe Wildwood Trail winds through Forest Park and connects to a multitude of trails throughout the park.

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