Got flowers?


A new app developed by a UGA Extension coordinator can help identify flowers, trees, ferns and shrubs that populate North Georgia’s yards and forests. “Native Plants of North Georgia,” now available for iPad, iPhone and Android devices, is a consumer-oriented field guide allows the public to browse photos of plants organized by their blooming periods and includes leaf and bloom descriptions as well as their scientific and common names. All versions of this app are free and ready for download through the Apple App Store and Google Play. A PDF version of the guide is available for free download, and the original pocket-sized flipbooks are available for purchase ($12) at