Baptisia calycosa var. villosa
Very few people get to see the Many-flowered Grasspink Orchid which appears only in very recently burned areas and blooms for just a few days. Read more about this Natural Encounter In Search of the Many-Flowered Grasspink Orchid
Calopogon multiflorus The orchid's seed capsule releases its fine dust-like seeds in the wind.
Drosera intermediaThe sticky glands of the spoonleaf are beautiful when viewed in this macro shot.
Eriogonum longiolium var. gnaphalifolium
When viewed closely, the ordinary flowers become beautiful stars.
The Angle Pod vine used to be in the Matelea genus with the Alabama Spiny Pod (Matelea alabamensis), Yellow-flowered Spiny Pod (M. flavidula), and Baldwin's Spiny Pod (M. baldwyniana), but was separated from them because it has a smooth pod instead of a spiny pod.