All are welcome to join Fringed Campion Chapter for a Peach County Azalea Ramble & Native Plant Sale.
Participants will experience a wide assortment of plant communities on this fall line property in Peach County. See groves of deciduous native azaleas, Rhododendron canescens (Piedmont azalea) and other native plants like American olive, inkberry, sparkleberry, Elliott’s blueberry, cottony golden aster, and more. Participants are responsible for their own transportation to and from the site. No dogs, please. No restrooms are on site. Exact location and directions will be included in an email to all registered participants.
Tour groups are limited to 5 and will leave on the hour. Reservations are required; reserve your spot for one of the following tour types using this link:
  • Family Tour. One mile walk on wide paths with considerable elevation gain on one steep hill. Visit three native azalea groves, see a mature oak/pine ecosystem and multiple examples of pine forest succession.
  • Grand Tour. Approximately 1.5 miles that adds single-track woodland trails to the Family Tour, but with much steeper ups and downs.
  • Gator Tour. Similar to Family Tour, with Gator rides for those with mobility challenges. Limit 3 per hour.

Native Plants will also be offered for sale.  A list of available plants will be sent to each registered participant before the event. Native azaleas and other native plants will be included in the sale.

See the event on the GNPS Calendar:

For the most current information including any changes to date or time of event due to weather or peak native azalea bloom time in Peach County, visit the event page in Facebook:


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