The plants in the parc
The Henry W. Coe State Park is a pretty dry area. Grass is growing in spring time and develops its seads. During summer the grass is dying and distributes its seads on the ground. So depending on the time of the year you visit the park, it looks pretty different. During our visit the grass was very dry and dead. Except of the seads there was no life in the plants.
Looking at the trees, there are mainly oak trees in the park. On the path you will find small boxes, which contain information on the different types of trees.
You will realize that all plants and animals are trained on very dry periodes.
We were not sure if this is an illness of the trees or if that is the way they look like...