Violet Wood Sorrel – Native Plant of the Day 04/24/2017
Photo from 04/26/2008. Location: Grundy County, TN.
More photos / info at the Oxalis violacea detail page.
Violet Wood Sorrel – Oxalis violacea
Highland Dog Hobble – Native Plant of the Day 04/23/2017
Photo from 04/30/2010. Location: Towns County, GA.
More info / photos at the Leucothoe fontanesiana detail page.
Highland Dog Hobble, Fetterbush – Leucothoe fontanesiana
Mountain Bellwort – Native Plant of the Day 04/22/2017
Photo from 4/20/2016. Location: GSMNP, Schoolhouse Gap Trail, Blount County, TN
More photos / info at the Uvularia puberula detail page.
Mountain Bellwort – Uvularia puberula
Catesby’s Trillium – Native Plant of the Day 04/21/2017
Photo from 4/19/2011. Location: Rocky Lane area, Pigeon Mountain, Walker County, GA.
More photos / info at the Trillium catesbaei detail page.
Catesby’s Trillium, Bashful Wakerobin, Rose Trillium – Trillium catesbaei
Green and Gold – Native Plant of the Day 04/20/2016
Photo from 4/2/2014. Location: Murray County, Ga.
More photos / info at the Chrysogonum virginianum detail page.
Green and Gold – Chrysogonum virginianum
Stinking Benjamin – Native Plant of the Day 04/19/2017
Photo from 5/5/2015. Location: Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
More photos / info at the Trillium erectum detail page.
Stinking Benjamin- Trillium erectum
Blackfoot Daisy, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (04/17/2017.) Scientific name is Melampodium leucanthum. Photo below was taken in Brantley Lake State Park in Eddy County, NM on Oct 19, 2016. Go to the Blackfoot Daisy detail page for more information and photos.
Blackfoot Daisy – Melampodium leucanthum
Vasey’s Trillium – Native Plant of the Day 04/18/2017
Photo from 04/30/2010. Location: Blue Ridge Gap Area, Towns County, Ga.
More photos / info at the Trillium vaseyi detail page.
Vasey’s Trillium – Trillium vaseyi
Southern Red Trillium – Native Plant of the Day 04/17/2017
Photo from 04/16/2014. Location: Cloudland Canyon State Park, Dade County, GA.
More photos / info at the Trillium sulcatum detail page.
Southern Red Trillium – Trillium sulcatum
Sweet Betsy – Native Plant of the Day 04/16/2017
Photo from 04/14/2010. Location: The Pocket at Pigeon Mountain, Walker County, Ga.
More photos / info at the Trillium cuneatum detail page.
Trillium cuneatum blossoms are usually red/maroon, but are occasionally green, yellowish, or bronze.
Little Sweet Betsy, Toadshade Trillium – Trillium cuneatum
Toadshade Trillium – Trillium cuneatum