Much of our mountain mint was killed by the power easement spraying, but it is making a comeback and attracting butterflies again!
Dogwood, which are dying out at elevations over 3000 feet in the southern Appalachians.
The mountains are calling . . .
B;ackberries not only have prolific white blossoms but also add a good deal of red, white, and green color to the mountain landscape during July.
Most of the flowers shown are wildflowers from our place in the mountains near the Great Smokies, which has the widest variety of flora in the world.
Pink flame, one of the most beautiful.
Flame azalea, in one of the prevalent colors.
Carolina lily and friend.