Signs of our Earth’s magnificence can be seen all over Anna Ruby Falls. Wildflowers are just one of the many beauties our Earth produces. Trilliums, orchids, bloodroot, and so many more vibrant pops of color are around every corner.
April 15th, for a guided hike throughout the Anna Ruby Falls site. Our naturalists will point out our native wildflowers, as well as discuss the unique ecology of the North Georgia mountains.
The hike will take us up the Anna Ruby Fall’s trail, which is .4 miles long (one-way) and is steep at some portions. Participants should be comfortable with walking long distances outdoors.
The North Georgia Mountains Chapter of the Georgia Native Plant Society will have a table and display set-up to share information with visitors about invasive plants, what to plant in local lawns and gardens and what not to plant.