Close-up of Goat's Rue.
Lumpkin County. Very common along roadsides and in woods. Should not be touched as it may cause painful itching.
Poison Ivy can be recognized by its leaves: "Leaves of three, let it be."
Union County. Grows in dry fields, clearings, and roadsides. Very common. Fruit juicy, black.
Lumpkin County. Common in dry, open woods. Slightly fragrant. Commonly cultivated.
Another color of the Flame Azalea. It has various colors and sometimes there are differet colors on the same bush.
Close-up of Flame Azalea showing different colors together.
Lumpkin County. Common in rich woods.
Close-up of Foamflower.
Found in Lumpkin County. Common throughout the North Georgia mountains. May be pink or white.
Found in Union County. This plant has numerous white blooms; it was cultivated but escaped to roadsides and moist thickets. Common.
Close-up of Multiflora Rose.