This is a great year for swamp dragon head. They are now blooming everywhere there is sunshine: on dead tree falls with soil, in the back swamps beyond the trees, in sunny patches along the creek.
In huge masses, they diminish the swamp roses. But those more demure blooms have a greater over reach — you can smell their cinnamon-sweet smell before you see them. Here, surrounded by narrow leaf primrose.
Butterflies and bees are attracted to the nectar of the swamp dragon head.
Soon, the arrow head blossoms will be in full bloom — they are heavily in bud throughout the creek.
In other areas, with its strong sweet scent, the sweet bays are blooming.