Category Archives: USWildflowers News

Dimpled Trout Lily – Erythronium umbilicatum – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Dimpled Trout Lily, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (03/05/2015.)  Scientific name is Erythronium umbilicatum. It is also known by the common names Dimpled Dogtooth Violet and Southern Appalachian Trout Lily. Photo below was taken at the Wolf Creek Trout Lily Preserve in Grady County, GA on Feb 20, 2014. Go to the Dimpled Trout Lily detail page for more photos and information.

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Carolina Phlox – Phlox carolina – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Carolina Phlox, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (02/25/2015.)  Scientific name is Phlox carolina.  Photo below was taken along the Blue Ridge Parkway in Buncombe County, NC on Aug 29, 2014. Go to the Carolina Phlox detail page for more photos and information.

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Beechdrops – Epifagus virginiana – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Beechdrops, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (01/08/2015.)  Scientific name is Epifagus virginiana.  Photo below was taken along the Blue Ridge Parkway in Avery County, NC on Sep 1, 2014. Go to the Beechdrops detail page for more photos and information.

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Slender Ladies’ Tresses – Spiranthes lacera – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Slender Ladies’ Tresses, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (12/24/2014.)  Scientific name is Spiranthes lacera.  Photo below was taken along the Blue Ridge Parkway in  Carroll County, VA on Sep 2, 2014. Go to the Ladies’ Tresses detail page for more photos and information.

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New England Aster – Symphyotrichum novae-angliae – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

New England Aster, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (11/10/2014.)  Scientific name is Symphyotrichum novae-angliae.  It is also known as Michaelmas-daisy . Photo below was taken in Stow, Ohio on Sep 29, 2014. Go to the New England Aster detail page for more photos and information.

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Lyon’s Turtlehead – Chelone lyonii – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Lyon’s Turtlehead, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (9/17/2014.)  Scientific name is Chelone lyonii.  It is also known as Red Turtlehead, Pink Turtlehead, and Appalachian Turtlehead . Photo below was taken near the Craggy Gardens Picnic Area of the Blue Ridge Parkway, in Buncombe County, NC on Aug 29, 2014. Go to the Lyon’s Turtlehead detail page for more photos and information.

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Allegheny Stonecrop – Hylotelephium telephioides – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Allegheny Stonecrop, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (9/14/2014.)  Scientific name is Hylotelephium telephioides.  It is also known as Allegheny Live-for-ever. Photo below was taken along the Skyline Drive, Shenandoah National Park, in Rockingham County, VA on Sep 4, 2014. Go to the Allegheny Stonecrop detail page for more photos and information.

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Hoary Puccoon – Lithospermum canescens – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Hoary Puccoon, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (8/25/2014.)  Scientific name is Lithospermum canescens.  It is also known as Orange Puccoon, and Indian Paint. Photo below was taken in a Chickamauga Battlefield Cedar Glade in Catoosa County, Ga on April 29, 2014. Go to the Hoary Puccoon detail page for more photos and information.

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American Germander – Teucrium canadense – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

American Germander, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (8/18/2014.)  Scientific name is Teucrium canadense.  It is also known as Wood Sage, and Canada Germander. Photo below was taken at the Cosby Campground of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Cocke County, TN on June 30, 2014. Go to the American Germander detail page for more photos and information.

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