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Jennifer Ogle

  • An abundance early summer wild flowers are blooming on the Ozarks after plentiful spring rains, including tall flowering poison hemlock. We visit a meadow south of Cane Hill where University of Arkansas Herbarium collections manager Jennifer Ogle explains just how toxic hemlock is to the touch.
  • An abundance early summer wild flowers are blooming on the Ozarks after plentiful spring rains, including tall flowering poison hemlock. We visit a meadow south of Cane Hill where University of Arkansas Herbarium collections manager Jennifer Ogle explains just how toxic hemlock is to the touch.