Have you found and photographed any Spring Wildflowers while visiting the Smoky Mountains? The spring flowers here in the Smokies are so pretty! 8aa3f8ac2376775d822da0fe8919a6d0Some common wildflowers are: Spring Beauty, Bloodroot, Sharp-Lobed Hepatica, Smooth Solomon's Seal, Foamflower, White Trillium, Painted Trillium and Yellow Trillium, Trout Lily, Columbine, Flame Azalea and violets.   The Smokies offer so many amazing sites to see! There are over 1,500 kinds of flowering plants that grow in the Great Smoky Mountains, which is more than in any other American national park - and that's pretty impressive! If you plan on hiking the Smokies for Wildflower HikesĀ  make sure to bring a camera! pink-lady-slipper-great-smoky-mountains Capturing all the lovely flowers, like these Pink Lady Slippers, is a perfect way to appreciate the Smoky Mountains and enjoy the lovely beauty that nature provides for us to witness! Truly, Spring is such a gorgeous time of year here!   945289796_bcaa012057_b