Great Smoky Mountains Wildflowers

Great Smoky Mountains Wildflowers

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park has over 1,500 kinds of flowering plants that bloom from late winter into late fall. Center: White Trillium along Cove Hardwood Nature Trail; Clockwise from upper left hand corner: Bloodroot, Black-eyed Susan, Fire Pink, Blue Phlox, Pink Lady’s Slipper, Painted Trillium, Bluets, Wake Robin, Turk’s Cap Lily, Bee-balm, Crested Dwarf Iris

Size: 550 pieces, 18" x 24"