Several days of warm weather over the past couple of weeks, as well as some sunshine, something we missed in early February, has brought about the beginning of the wildflowers at The Pocket at Pigeon Mountain.
Native plant Forkleaf Toothwort added to USWildflowers Database. Cardamine dissecta – http://uswildflowers.com/detail.php?SName=Cardamine%20dissecta
Native plant Cutleaf Toothwort added to USWildflowers Database. Cardamine concatenata– http://uswildflowers.com/detail.php?SName=Cardamine%20concatenata
There is now a page on USWildflowers.com dedicated to The Pocket at Pigeon Mountain, including the Shirley Miller Wildflower Trail. This page has information about this wonderful area owned and managed by the State of Georgia, and also includes several wildflower identification sheets which you can print and take with you on your visit to The Pocket to help identify the flowers you see.
Update 02/07/2010: ID Guide for March 11 – March 20 has been added to the page.