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Southern Appalachian Wildflowers

There are literally hundreds of varieties of wildflowers in the southern Appalachian Mountains. Blooming begins in March and continues into late October and early November. I've kind of arranged this gallery by color, so hopefully that will make it easier for you to find a flower you are trying to ID. I've also added separate galleries on the first page for specific types of flowers like trilliums, violets and native orchids so all of those will be grouped together since they vary in color.

If you spot an incorrect ID, feel free to let me know. I use several books and online sources and do the best I can. Please click on the thumbnail for a larger image.
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Horse Balm 1
Horse Balm 1
Horse Balm 2
Horse Balm 2
Yarrow
Yarrow
White Snakeroot 1
White Snakeroot 1
Black Cohosh
Black Cohosh
American Bugbane 2
American Bugbane 2
White Bergamot 1
White Bergamot 1
White Bergamot 2
White Bergamot 2
Hairy Wood Mint 1
Hairy Wood Mint 1
Hairy Wood Mint 1
Hairy Wood Mint 1
Mountain Mint
Mountain Mint
Three-birds Orchid 1
Three-birds Orchid 1
Three-birds Orchid 2
Three-birds Orchid 2
White Monkshood 1
White Monkshood 1
White Monkshood 2
White Monkshood 2
Mapleleaf Alumroot 1
Mapleleaf Alumroot 1
Mapleleaf Alumroot 2
Mapleleaf Alumroot 2
Sweet Autumn Clematis
Sweet Autumn Clematis
Morning Glory
Morning Glory
Ox-eye Daisy
Ox-eye Daisy
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