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Rocky Shoals Spider Lilies __ Brief article about this South Carolina wildflower. - From scnature.com - http://www.scnature.com/essays/nessay.html

SC Wildflowers: Hepatica, a beautiful harbinger of spring __ In depth article and image. - illustrated - From clemson.edu - http://yourday.clemson.edu/?q=node/592

South Carolina Parks - Wildflowers __ Article and viewing guide for wildflowers in South Carolina State Parks. - illustrated - From southcarolinaparks.com - http://www.southcarolinaparks.com/beautiful-places/wildflowers.aspx

 

South Carolina State Wildflower Goldenrod Solidago altissima __ You will find an article and image. - illustrated - From netstate.com - http://www.netstate.com/states/symb/wildflowers/sc_goldenrod.htm

Tall Goldenrod - South Carolina SC State Wildflower __ An article and several images. - illustrated - From sciway.net - http://www.sciway.net/facts/goldenrod-sc-state-wildflower.html 

Wildflowers Native to South Carolina __ "The species listed below are known to be indigenous to South Carolina 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=SC

 

 

 

 

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