Pine woods rose pink
Despte its beauty and bright blue color, this flower is often overlooked because of its small size.
Pitted stripeseed, an annual wildflower found in sandhills and sandy forest edges. This plant in the US is restricted to the Georgia, Alabama, Florida and South Carolina. Two subspecies recognized.
Purpledisc honeycombhead. This wildflower is imperiled in Georgia and is rare throughout its range.
Tracy's sundew (Drosera tracyii) may be found in wet areas of the Gulf Coast states coastal plain.
A plant of bogs, this plant often forms large impressive colonies.
A member of the aster family, the rose rush may be found in Florida and southern portions of Georgia.
The fernleaf yellow false foxglove (Aureolaria pedicularia) is a plant with several subspecies. This one prefers sandhill habitats.
Small's skullcap (Scutellaria multiglandulosa) may be found in moist pine woods or the edges of savannas. This specimen has just begun to bloom and the raceme will elongate as blooming continues, giving it the more conventional appearance. It is in the mint family.
The orange milkwort (Polygala lutea) is found in coastal states from New York to Louisiana. Orange milkwort is also known as yellow milkwort, yellow bachelor's buttons, red hot poker and candyweed.
Sandhill Beardtongue, a perennial wildflower with limited range in the southeastern US.