Southeastern Wildflowers

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Wildflower identification in the Southeast made easy! Compiled by Master Naturalist Marie T. Burgess, photographs by Mack Burgess

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Southeastern Wildflowers

  1. 1. Wildflowers of the Carolinas
  2. 2. Rattlesnake Plantain
  3. 3. Pipsissewa
  4. 4. Cranefly Orchid
  5. 5. Cattail, spring
  6. 6. Cattail, fall
  7. 7. Cattail, fruit
  8. 8. Yellow Violet
  9. 9. Blue Violet
  10. 10. Blue Violet
  11. 11. Heart Shaped Ginger
  12. 12. Heart Shaped Ginger, flower
  13. 13. Bellwort
  14. 14. Yellowroot
  15. 15. Catesby Trillium
  16. 16. Catesby Trillium
  17. 17. Wood Anemone
  18. 18. Galax
  19. 19. Galax, flower
  20. 20. Trout Lily
  21. 21. Trout Lily, fruit
  22. 22. Trout Lily
  23. 23. Bloodroot
  24. 24. Jack-in-Pulpit
  25. 25. Jack-in-Pulpit
  26. 26. Jack-in-Pulpit, fruit
  27. 27. Wake Robin, early bud
  28. 28. Wake Robin, flower
  29. 29. Wake Robin, early bud
  30. 30. Wake Robin, flowering
  31. 31. Wake Robin, large leaf
  32. 32. Wake Robin, large leaf flowering
  33. 33. Mock Strawberry
  34. 34. Blackberry
  35. 35. Robbins Plantain
  36. 36. Bluets
  37. 37. Leucothoe or Dog Hobble
  38. 38. Soloman Seal, early
  39. 39. Miterwort; Foamflower
  40. 40. Miterwort; Foamflower
  41. 41. Wood Betony; Lousewort
  42. 42. Crested Dwarf Iris
  43. 43. Cross Vine
  44. 44. Thistle
  45. 45. Pink Lady Slipper
  46. 46. Poison Ivy, flower
  47. 47. Poison Ivy
  48. 48. Honeysuckle
  49. 49. Milkweed
  50. 50. Milkweed, seedpod
  51. 51. Horse Nettle
  52. 52. Day Lily
  53. 53. Day Lily
  54. 54. Carolina Pink; Indian Pink
  55. 55. Carolina Pink; Indian Pink
  56. 56. Indian Cucumber Root
  57. 57. Indian Cucumber Root, fruit
  58. 58. Yucca
  59. 59. Spiderwort
  60. 60. Mayapple
  61. 61. Climbing Milkweed
  62. 62. Water Lily
  63. 63. Water Lily
  64. 64. Indian Pipes
  65. 65. Indian Pipes
  66. 66. Squawroot
  67. 67. Blazing Star; Devil Bit
  68. 68. Trumpet Creeper; Cow Itch Vine
  69. 69. Trumpet Creeper; Cow Itch Vine
  70. 70. Manroot; Morning Glory
  71. 71. Blue Morning Glory
  72. 72. Purple Morning Glory
  73. 73. Butterfly Pea
  74. 74. Butterfly Pea, fruit
  75. 75. Sensitive Briar
  76. 76. Wild Sensitive Plant
  77. 77. False Soloman Seal; early fruit
  78. 78. False Soloman Seal; ripened fruit
  79. 79. True Soloman Seal
  80. 80. Greene Briar; Cat Briar; Smilax
  81. 81. Passion Flower; Maypop
  82. 82. Pokeweed
  83. 83. Clintons Lily
  84. 84. Wild Hydrangea
  85. 85. Day Flower
  86. 86. Jewelweed
  87. 87. Joe-Pye Weed
  88. 88. Rosin Weed
  89. 89. Rosin Weed, flower
  90. 90. Seed Box
  91. 91. Pine Sap
  92. 92. Angilica
  93. 93. Terella-Heuchera (Maple Leaf)
  94. 94. Premanthe-Sepentaria
  95. 95. Ground Cherry
  96. 96. Sneezeweed
  97. 97. Swamp Pennywort
  98. 98. Winter Cress
  99. 99. Gentian
  100. 100. Fireweed
  101. 101. Prickly Pear
  102. 102. Flame Azelea
  103. 103. Virginia Creeper
  104. 104. Rose
  105. 105. Dodder
  106. 106. Larger Blue Flag Iris
  107. 107. Arrowhead; Swamp Potato
  108. 108. Spatter Dock; Cow Lily
  109. 109. Spatter Dock; Cow Lily, flower
  110. 110. Jimson-Weed
  111. 111. Showy Orchid
  112. 112. Hearts-a-Bustin; flower
  113. 113. Hearts-a-Bustin, fruit
  114. 114. Queen Anne’s Lace
  115. 115. Queen Anne’s Lace
  116. 116. Dog Fennel
  117. 117. New Jersey Tea
  118. 118. Blueberry
  119. 119. Firepink; Indian Pink
  120. 120. Ground Cedar
  121. 121. Wood Sorrel
  122. 122. Baptisia; False Indigo
  123. 123. Baptisia; False Indigo, flower
  124. 124. Curley Dock
  125. 125. Lyre Leaf Sage
  126. 126. Coral Honeysuckle
  127. 127. Toad Shade Trillium
  128. 128. Toad Shade Trillium
  129. 129. Bunched Arrowhead
  130. 130. Bunched Arrowhead
  131. 131. Common Arrowhead
  132. 132. Common Arrowhead, flower
  133. 133. Arrow Arum
  134. 134. Arrow Arum
  135. 135. Oak Leaf Gall
  136. 136. Oconee Bells

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