Georgia Wilderness Society
Wildflower Hike

I also have photographs of the following flowers from this trip--contact me if you wish to be emailed a copy of any of these flowers, or any of the ones displayed above:  Doghobble, Jack-In-The-Pulpits, Solomon's Seal, False Solomon's Seal (Solomon's Plume), Foamflower, Sweet White Violet, Nodding Trillium, Large Flowered Bellwort, Common Buttercup, Smooth Yellow Violet, Wake Robin Trillium, Wild Oats (Sessile Bellwort), Wood Betony, Cedar Moss, Water Plantain, Cutleaved Toothwort, Erect Trillium, plus a few others that I have yet to identify.

We also saw many other flowering plants, that either I did not photograph, or that I did and the picture just didn't do the flower justice.   Included among these were fire pink, showy orchis, crested dwarf iris, dog violet, common blue violet, bishop's cap, mayapple, saxifrage, giant chickweed, spring beauty, partridgeberry, early meadow rue, white dogwood, red chokeberry, trout lily, fairy bells, common dandelion, squawroot, bluets, crown vetch, wild blue phlox, wild geranium, and a few others that we could not identify.