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Pictures are shown in chronological order from March 14 (almost Spring!) to May 14, 2020. Photography by Penny Longhurst. Click on any picture to zoom and enter the slide show. Plants that are non-native to North America are indicated … Continue reading
Will you be ready for our field trips (if we ever get to do any)? We can help! This presentation will prepare you for some of the plants you might encounter during the next few months. If you find any … Continue reading
Jim scouted the Mountains-to-Sea trail near Craven Gap. Here are some of his pictures taken during the last 2 weeks of April. Photography by Jim Poling. (Click on any picture to zoom & enter the slide show) Plants that are … Continue reading
Photography by Penny Longhurst. Click on any picture to zoom. Plants that are non-native to North America are indicated by an asterisk (*) placed after the species name.
“Wish you were here to enjoy walking the trails with me. These are pictures of plants that I would be showing you if we were physically together. Most of the plants I included are currently in bloom, but I also … Continue reading
Joe and Mary scouted the trails near Curtis Creek Campground, Old Fort. Looks like a great area for wildflowers. Photography by Joe Standaert. Click on any picture to zoom and enter the slide show.
Glassy Mountain is a monadnock that is the remnant of a pluton. For information on its origins check last year’s post here. Our field trip was scheduled a little earlier this year than when we usually visit. However, most of … Continue reading
Daudie and John went back to Twin Bridges on March 28, 2020. Penny went to Ashmore on April 2, 2020. Twin Bridges Pictures Photography by Daudie and John Colton. (Click on any picture to zoom). Ashmore Heritage Preserve Pictures Photography … Continue reading
Daudie, John, & Penny checked out Station Cove on Wednesday (separately – I was leaving, they were coming). We’d had 3 inches of rain in Brevard earlier in the week. Clearly they had a bunch down at Oconee State Park … Continue reading