Sunday, July 20, 2014

Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge: Rosepink (Sabatia angularis)

July 17th, 2014. 
Rosepink (Sabatia angularis)
Piedmont NWR, Jasper County, GA

Plants were in bloom along the roadside and in many open meadows
More information on this flower here.

Related post:
- Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge: Pond 6A


Kay G. said...

Hey Joan!
That is such a pretty flower!
I was so exited over the Fire Pink at Panola Mountain that I saw in June. One of the Park Rangers told me that there are lots of them at Kennesaw Mountain.

JSK said...

Thanks Kay. I will have to keep that location in mind. I've only seen Fire Pinks (Silene virginica) in a remote location in the Broad River Wildlife Management Area - and a location I wouldn't want to have to back too :-)