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Rudbeckia hirta via Kentcuky Native Plants

Purple Coneflower - Echinacea purpurea

Purple Coneflower - Echinacea purpurea

Kentucky Native Plant and Wildlife: Plant of the Week: Royal Catchfly (Silene carolinana)

Stunning when in flower, the royal catchfly gets its name from the sticky flowers and stems that trap small insects. The striking and brill.

Perfoliate Bellwort - Uvullaria perforata - Perfoliate Bellwort - Uvularia peroliata

Perfoliate Bellwort - Uvullaria perforata - Perfoliate Bellwort - Uvularia peroliata

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Flame azalea is a spring flowering deciduous shrub that blooms at low elevations in April and at high elevations in June and July. The leaves and flowers are concentrated at the end of the branch, and the flowers are red and yellow.

Common Spring Wildflowers in the Smokies - Great Smoky Mountains National Park (U.

Ten of Britain's rarest wild flowersMountain avens Dryas octopetala A deliciously pretty plant, made all the more so by the contrast with the rocky, brutal places where it tends to grow. The seed heads are almost as showy as the flowers, looking like the ragged flight feathers of a slightly bedraggled duck. These look best when backlit, giving the hillsides and promontories where they grow a soft, white halo. Its leaves resemble miniature oak leaves – hence its Latin genus name, Dryas, after…

Ten of Britain's rarest wild flowers – in pictures

Sarah Raven identifies 10 of Britain's rarest gems of the plant kingdom

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