JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT – Be forewarned! Jack changes to Jill after one year! Also known as Indian Turnip. <ul><li>NATIVE PLA...
BLEEDING HEARTS – Watch for them along rocky crevices! <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACHIA </li></ul>
QUEEN ANNE’S LACE - Also called “Wild Carrot.” Used for ornamental purposes of course! <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACH...
PURPLE PHLOX – The multifaceted one, with shades ranging from light blue to pale violet. <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALAC...
ORANGE DAYLILIES – Dip in batter and eat a fritter! <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACHIA </li></ul>
BLOODROOT – Highly medicinal, but consult your granny woman. Can be toxic! <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACHIA </li></ul>
DANDELION - Go ahead. Blow the puffball. We aren’t looking! Good for that itch, too! <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACH...
FLAMING AZALEA - Also known as the “burning bush” or ‘honeysuckle” by mountain folk! <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACHIA ...
MOUNTAIN LAUREL - Known to mountain folk as “ivy.” Best not try it through a thicket! <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACHI...
RHODODENDRON – The true icon of the Southern Highlands! <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACHIA </li></ul>
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Native Plants Of Appalachia

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - Native Plants Of Appalachia

  • 1. JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT – Be forewarned! Jack changes to Jill after one year! Also known as Indian Turnip. <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACHIA </li></ul>
  • 2. BLEEDING HEARTS – Watch for them along rocky crevices! <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACHIA </li></ul>
  • 3. QUEEN ANNE’S LACE - Also called “Wild Carrot.” Used for ornamental purposes of course! <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACHIA </li></ul>
  • 4. PURPLE PHLOX – The multifaceted one, with shades ranging from light blue to pale violet. <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACHIA </li></ul>
  • 5. ORANGE DAYLILIES – Dip in batter and eat a fritter! <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACHIA </li></ul>
  • 6. BLOODROOT – Highly medicinal, but consult your granny woman. Can be toxic! <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACHIA </li></ul>
  • 7. DANDELION - Go ahead. Blow the puffball. We aren’t looking! Good for that itch, too! <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACHIA </li></ul>
  • 8. FLAMING AZALEA - Also known as the “burning bush” or ‘honeysuckle” by mountain folk! <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACHIA </li></ul>
  • 9. MOUNTAIN LAUREL - Known to mountain folk as “ivy.” Best not try it through a thicket! <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACHIA </li></ul>
  • 10. RHODODENDRON – The true icon of the Southern Highlands! <ul><li>NATIVE PLANTS OF APPALACHIA </li></ul>

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