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Conserving Native Wildflowers and Plant Communities in Georgia

Landscaping and Gardening with Native Plants in Georgia’s Coastal Plain
   Landscaping with Native Plants in Georgia’s Coastal Plain (Revised)
rhododendron canescens  Suggested Native Plants for Your Landscape

Southern Soil Magazine Articles

Native Plant Highlight: Red buckeye Aesculus pavia. Heather Brasell. 2022. Southern Soil Spring Issue 05 2022. Pp 30-33.

Native Plant Highlight: Cinnamon fern Osmundastrum cinnamomeum. Heather Brasell. 2022. Southern Soil Issue 05 2022. Pp 36-39.

Native Plant Highlight: Carolina Cherry Laurel Prunus Caroliniana. James Lewis. 2021. Southern Soil Issue 05 2021. Pp 32-35.

Native Plant Highlight: Chickasaw Plum Prunus agustifolia. Mary Alice Applegate. 2021. Southern Soil Issue 03 2021. Pp 36-39.

Native Plant Highlight: Wax Myrtle Morella cerifera. Erin Cork. 2021. Southern Soil Issue 02 2021. Pp 38-41.

Native Plant Highlight: New Jersey Tea Ceanothus americanus. Eamonn Leonard. 2021. Southern Soil Issue 01 2021. Pp 30-33.

Native Plant Highlight: PokeweedPhytolacca americana. Gail Farley. 2020.  Southern Soil Issue 05 2020. Pp 26-29.

Native Plant Highlight: Milkweeds. Beth Grant. 2020. Southern Soil Issue 04 2020. Pp 38-43.

Native Plant Highlight: Spicebush Lindera benzoin. Greg Lewis. 2020. Southern Soil Issue 03 2020. Pp 36-40.

Native Plant Highlight: Red Chokeberry Aronia arbutifolia.  Karen Rawlins. 2020. Southern Soil Issue 02 2020 . pp30-34.

Native Plant Highlight: Coral Honeysuckle Lonicera sempervirens. Heather Brasell. 2020. Southern Soil Issue 01 2020 . pp36-41.

Native Plant Highlight: Elderberry Sambucus canadensis. Beth Wiggins Grant. 2019. Southern Soil Issue 06 2019 . pp38-41.

Native Plant Highlight: Shiny Blueberry. Amy Bowen Carter. 2019. Southern Soil Issue 05 2019 . pp30-33.

Native Plant Highlight: Winged Sumac Rhus copallinum . Amy Heidt. 2019. Southern Soil Issue 04 2019 . pp30-34.