Twelve Years of Wildflowers at Otter Creek

One of the joys of living in the Blue Ridge wilderness is the variety of wildflowers that I have captured over the years. Almost daily excursions around the valley have revealed a treasure of incredible specimens. These are among my favorites.

Hearts-a-Bustin The deer’s favorite treat.
Blackberry in Frost
Wild Dwarf Iris
Lavender Bee Balm
Orange Flame
Wild Azalea
Joe Pye Weed
Pink Lady’s Slipper Orchid
Fire Pink
Carolina All Spice

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