Greater Fringed Blue Gentian, and inchworm by Gregory Scott
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Greater Fringed Blue Gentian, and inchworm

December 28, 2019

This is a rather rare flower. It grows at fairly high altitude where there is a seeping spring. It is a biennial, and looks like a weedin the first year. I found this near Brasstown Bald, in north Georgia, in fairly late autumn. It is a protected species. Never pick one if you see it, as it reproduces only from seed.

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