Wildflowers of the Central South
Briefly examines the ecology of the central South, defined as a small area of northern Alabama, central Tennessee, and a portion of south-central Kentucky, and describes over 250 plant species found in that area.
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Alabama April Asteraceae Bladderpod blue Bluegrass Region botanist bracts Brassicaceae canadensis cedar glades Central Basin Central South common name Coneflower corolla tube Cumberland Plateau Daisy Family Daisy Family Asteraceae Dicots Downy eastern North America eastern U.S. Echinacea endemic Evening-primrose Fabaceae Florida flower heads flower stalk forests Gattinger's genus Georgia Geranium Goldenrod Grass grows Gumweed habitats hairy Highland Rim Houstonia Hypericum in.-long Ironweed Joe Pye-weed June Kentucky Lamiaceae leaf leaflets Leavenworthia Lesquerella Liliaceae Lily Family Liliaceae limestone Lobelia lobes Michx middle Tennessee Milkweed Milkwort moist Monocots Nashville occurs open woods Orchid Family Orchidaceae Pea Family perennial petals Phacelia Phlox pink pistils plant prairies purple Ranunculaceae rich woods roadsides roots Sedge sepals showy similar Skullcap slender soil species specific epithet Spiderwort stamens stems tall throughout our area throughout the Central throughout the eastern Trillium typically umbels Violet virginica weed whorls Wild wildflower Wood-sorrel woods throughout yellow