Along the edge of the woods in my corner of North Georgia: Autumn wildflowers and wild grasses

The woods at the foot of Sal Mountain

Woods in autumn

 

Along the edge, unidentified wildflowers.  (Does anyone know what these are?)

Wildflowers

Goldenrod, the bane of allergy-sufferers

Goldenrod

 

And wild grasses

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  1. brucethomasw says:

    The unidentified wildflowers are beuatiful and I love the mixture of fall colours in the woods at Sal Mountain.

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    1. Thank you. Sal Mountain is even more beautiful now than when I took the photo.

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  2. Amy says:

    I love the unidentified wildflowers! Beautiful wild grasses.

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    1. Thank you. I wish I could find out what the flowers are.

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  3. LOVE Georgia … I use to live in Liburn near Atlanta when I was young. I still visit Stone Mountain with my family as often as I can. I’m looking forward to following your blog. Great to connect.

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    1. Thank you for stopping by and following my blog. I paid a short visit to yours and look forward to seeing more of your posts. Yes, Georgia is a beautiful place to live, especially here in the mountains.

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  4. Cyndi says:

    Just wanted to drop a wuick comment about the goldenrod.. Its not wjat make you suffer from allergies.. Ragweed is.. Its a common mistake. Goldenrod is actually a good plant to have and use. Please look up that. Thanks.

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    1. Cyndi says:

      Sorry about typo lol

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    2. You are quite right. I posted this 4 years ago and now know I am allergic to ragweed. Thanks for the comment!

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