Strawberries are now in season. Ontario has two species of indigenous strawberries: the woodland strawberry (shown here) and the wild strawberry.
Photo credit: Occidental Botanist
The red mulberry is a small tree that grows in the Carolinian forest. Within Ontario, it is an endangered species as a result of hybridization with the introduced white mulberry and because of habitat loss.
Photo credit: Jerry Oldenettel
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