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Aug 25, 2017

Searching far and wide for blooming wildflowers

Our wildflower ventures began with a hike in the Johnson Ferry north unit of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. Led by longtime park ranger and naturalist Jerry Hightower, our trek took us across a long meadow and through shady woods along Mulberry Creek.Among the meadow’s many sun-loving plants were the strikingly large, white flowers of wild hibiscus. In the cool woods along the creek, a species that caught our eye was the jewelweed, sporting its bright orange tubular flowers.Jerry noted that jewelweed is an effective antidote for poison ivy rash. For relief, crush and rub the plant’s twigs and leaves on skin that’s been exposed to poison ivy.A few days later, several of us Georgia Botanical Society members braved heat and biting bugs to explore the flora of the Apalachicola National Forest in the Florida panhandle. For several of us, it was a chance to see an array of subtropical wildflowers, including several species of wild orchids.Perhaps the biggest surprise, though, came when we had to cross a small ditch in a boggy meadow. Growing in it was an abundance of carnivorous Venus flytrap plants, which originally were found only in a few coastal bogs in North Carolina. How they got to the Florida bog is open to speculation.Next day, we were back in Georgia to explore a longleaf pine/wiregrass forest on Greenwood ... (MyAJC)

Apr 7, 2017

Trilliums: The floral stars of early spring in Georgia's woodlands

Georgia Botanical Society to a woodland path in the Cochran Shoals Trail of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. We were not disappointed. In one area, scores of nodding trilliums nearly covered the forest floor.RELATED VIDEO:Along the way we also admired two other species: the pink-flowered Catesby’s trillium and the maroon-flowered Sweet Betsy trillium.Trilliums’ name come from the Latin word for three, or tri. Trillium blossoms have three petals, three sepals, six stamens and a three-celled ovary. A large solitary flower—white, pink, red, maroon or yellow, depending on the species—blooms above a cluster of three large leaves.With the warmth of early spring, trilliums quickly send up stems, leaves and flowers before the forest canopy leafs out. By summer, after they have produced seeds, the trilliums’ above-ground portion will be gone. For the rest of the year, they will persist as underground rhizomes until they emerge again next spring.Mature trilliums, in fact, can live as long as 100 years.IN THE SKY: From David Dundee, Tellus Science Museum astronomer: The moon will be full on Tuesday. Mercury is low and Venus and Mars are very low in the west around dusk. Jupiter rises out of the east around sunset and will appear near the moon on Monday night. Saturn rises in the east just before midnight. (MyAJC)

Feb 9, 2017

Hall of Fame inductee Flowers had impact beyond athletic field

The Chattahoochee Valley Sports Hall of Fame is set to announce its five inductees on Saturday night with a ceremony at the Columbus Convention and Trade Center.Perhaps the most notable nominee is Charles Flowers, the longtime head coach of both the football and baseball programs at Shaw High School as well as the first athletic director of the Muscogee County School District.“It’s a tremendous honor,” Flowers said of his nomination. “I feel honored that the panel felt enough to recommend and vote me in. There’s a lot of rich tradition in the Chattahoochee Valley area in coaches and players.”Flowers had brief stints later in his coaching career at Dougherty and Troup, but it was at Shaw where he made his mark, spending 18 years at the helm of the Raider football and baseball programs. He reached the pinnacle of his success at Shaw in the 2000-01 school year, winning a football state championship in the fall and a baseball state championship in the spring.“To win the baseball and football s... (Columbus Ledger-Enquirer)

Dec 30, 2015

Photo Gallery: 2015 in Pictures by Robin Trimarchi

Robin TrimarchiColumbus Ledger-EnquirerROBIN TRIMARCHI Scott Ferguson, president and CEO of the United Way of the Chattahoochee Valley, brings a bouquet of flowers to Kendall Barfield, 4, and her mother Danielle Barfield to end the 2015 United Way Campaign ...and more »... (Columbus Ledger-Enquirer)