Dimpled Trout Lily
This extremely rare lily found in North Florida near Chattahoochee is rarely found south of North Georgia, as their population has receded to the Appalachian Mountains regions to the north over the millennia. As climate slowly changes, so does soil composition, water availability, the overhead tree canopy species that provide the shade necessary for trout lilies, and general climate as a whole.
- © 2011
- Image Size
- 4288x2848 / 4.3MB
Adder's tongue, American trout-lily, Angiosperms, Angus Gholson Nature Park, Chattahoochee, Dog's tooth violet, E. umbilicatum, East Coast, Erythronium, Erythronium umbilicatum, Liliaceae, Liliales, Monocot, Monocots, Plantae, Serpent's Tongue, Yellow Adder's-tongue, Yellow Snowdrop, Yellow fawn-lily, beautiful, beauty, bloom, blooming, blooms, blossom, blossoms, botany, bud, color, dimpled, dimpled trout lily, dimpled troutlily, dog-tooth violet, ephemeral, flora, flower, flowers, forb, fresh, green, herb, mottled, native, natural, nature, perennial, plant, plants, southeast, summer, trout lily, troutlily, variegated, wild, wildflowers, yellow
- Contained in galleries
- Yellow Wildflowers, Yellow Wildflowers, Liliaceae (Lilies)