6000 Native Plants for Georgia Part III: Wildflowers | UGA Cooperative Extension
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This publication is a comprehensive guide to growing and identifying native wildflowers suitable for planting in Georgia. The term “wildflower” in this publication is a general term used to define both annual and perennial native herbaceous plants with showy flowers that have evolved with an ecosystem and grow naturally without either direct or indirect human intervention.

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Status and Revision History
Published on Dec 12, 2011
Published with Full Review on Dec 31, 2014

Faculty
Bodie V. Pennisi Professor; Areas of Interest: Commercial landscape, Horticulture
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