Georgia Wilderness Society
Wildflower Hike

Cut-leaf Toothwort         Dentaria lacinata
Pale or Cream Violets, Viola striata and White Erect Trillium, Trillium erectum albiflorum
Fringed Phalecia
Phalecia fimbriata
Above,  Foamflower, Tiarella cordifolia, is the white tall one.  The pale blue is Blue Phlox, Phlox divaricata.  There are also past-prime trillium in the shot, along with Meadow Parsnip...either Hairy, Thaspium barbinode, or Smooth, Thaspium trifoliatum.
Difficult to see due to the fog, the hillside was full of Trout Lilies and Virginia Spring Beauties.  I forgot to look at the anthers, so I am not sure if the Trout Lilies are Yellow, Erythronium americanum, or Beaked, Erythronium rostratum.
Canada Violets              Viola canadensis
Wood Anemone     Anemone quinquefolia
White Baneberry (Doll's Eyes)
Actaea pachypoda
A good forest mix of trillium, Soloman Seal, Phlox, and Foamflower
We hope to see you again in the future on this fantanstic weekend trip to the Smokies.

To see some photos from a few years ago, please use this link to that webpage.