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Wildflowers in Middle Tennessee

Physiograhic Region: Central Basin where most of these photos were taken. Much of the basin consists of caves and sinkholes. The most distinctive plant communities are the limestone cedar glades which are known for an incredible amount of endemic plants (I'm fortunate enough to have state parks nearby for easy access to these plants).
Tennessee Coneflower
Tennessee Coneflower
Lanceleaf Coreopsis
Lanceleaf Coreopsis
Longsepal Beardtongue
Longsepal Beardtongue
Rough-Fruited Cinquefoil
Rough-Fruited Cinquefoil
Oxeye Daisy
Oxeye Daisy
Venus' Looking Glass
Venus' Looking Glass
t4%2f96%2f833996%2f4%2f141231917.eBTAoASh.jpg Common Fleabane
Common Fleabane
Common Cattail
Common Cattail
Brown-Eyed Susan
Brown-Eyed Susan
Asiatic Dayflower
Asiatic Dayflower
Common Milkweed
Common Milkweed
Trumpet Creeper
Trumpet Creeper
Calico Aster
Calico Aster
Common Evening Primrose
Common Evening Primrose
Philadelphia Fleabane
Philadelphia Fleabane
Raindrops Outline
Raindrops Outline
Gray-Headed Cone Flower
Gray-Headed Cone Flower
Hackberry Butterfly
Hackberry Butterfly
Hare's Ear
Hare's Ear
Prickly Pear
Prickly Pear
Prairie Rose
Prairie Rose
Prickly Pear Among Wildflowers
Prickly Pear Among Wildflowers
Prairie Purple Coneflower
Prairie Purple Coneflower
Bachelor's Button
Bachelor's Button
Cutleaf Evening Primrose
Cutleaf Evening Primrose
Glade Larkspur
Glade Larkspur
American Water Willow
American Water Willow
Passionflower
Passionflower
Passionflower in Fruit
Passionflower in Fruit
Nodding Thistle
Nodding Thistle
Common Angelpod
Common Angelpod
Horse Nettle
Horse Nettle
Shrubby St. John's Wort
Shrubby St. John's Wort
Fame Flower
Fame Flower
Greeting the Sun
Greeting the Sun
Yucca in Fruit
Yucca in Fruit