A Monthly Guide to Georgia Native Plants

Recognizing What You Find

The photos are changed each month to help with field identification as the plants look this month.
For December there are 603 photos, covering 323 plants.


Round-Lobed Hepatica (Hepatica americana)
( hep-AT-ih-kuh        a-mer-ih-KAY-na )
Photo taken December 6, 2006       
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BOINC Stats

PLEASE NOTE:
I do not advocate the removal of native plants from their natural habitat except under special circumstances. Plant rescue entails obtaining the permission of the property owner to dig plants prior to the property being developed. Please visit the Georgia Native Plant Society link if you would like more information about plant rescue.


December Plant Photos (thumbnail pages)

Index of December Photos w/Latin name pronunciations (no thumbnails)

My Other Photos:

Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage

Kitty Stuff

Waterfalls We've Visited

Photos of My "Neighbors"

Where To Go From Here:

Georgia Native Plant Society (GNPS)

West Georgia Chapter of GNPS

Coastal Plain Chapter of GNPS

Redbud Chapter of GNPS

Native Plants for Georgia Part I: Trees, Shrubs and Vines

Native Plants for Georgia Part II: Ferns

Native Plants for Georgia Part III: Wildflowers

Native Plants for Georgia Part IV: Grasses and Sedges

USDA Plants Database

Native Trees of Georgia (PDF)

Native Plants of the Carolinas & Georgia

Using Georgia Native Plants

Native Plant List for Georgia, Alabama & Mississippi

Georgia Perimeter College Botanical Gardens

Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center

Invasive Species Information

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