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Azalea, the official Georgia wildflower __ Article and photo. - illustrated - From netstate.com - http://www.netstate.com/states/symb/wildflowers/ga_azalea.htm

Georgia State Wildflower - Azalea __ Article and photo. - illustrated - From statesymbolsusa.org - http://www.statesymbolsusa.org/Georgia/GA-wildflower-azalea.html

Georgia Wildflowers __ "Georgia Wildflowers. Browse by Species ∑ Browse by Family. [Herbarium Webpage]" - illustrated - From uga.edu - http://www.plantbio.uga.edu/herbarium/herbarium/gaflowers/gaflrindex.htm

Georgia Wildflowers __ List of wildflowers Georgia DOT has planted on roadsides over the years. - From state.ga.us - http://www.dot.state.ga.us/informationcenter/programs/environment/wildflower/Pages/GeorgiaWildflowers.aspx

Photo of North Georgia Mountain Wildflowers __ Nice single photo of Georgia wildflowers. - illustrated - From northgeorgiaphotos.com - http://northgeorgiaphotos.com/north_georgia_mountain_wildflowers_photo.htm 

Wildflower Program __ "The Georgia Department of Transportationís Wildflower Program creates a colorful roadside experience that gives Georgia citizens a sense of pride, and visitors another good reason to visit our beautiful state."  Learn about the program and its goals. - From state.ga.us - http://www.dot.state.ga.us/informationcenter/programs/environment/wildflower/Pages/default.aspx

Wildflowers Native to Georgia __ "The species listed below are known to be indigenous to Georgia from our selection of North American wildflowers & native grasses...For more information on a specific plant or to order, click on the name of the plant."  A commercial site with some good info. - illustrated - From wildflowerfarm.com - http://www.wildflowerfarm.com/index.php?p=page&page_id=GA

 
 

 

 

 

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