• The Tennessee Monument at Shiloh National Military Park

    Shiloh

    National Military Park TN,MS

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Wildflowers

Flower

Fire Pink at Shiloh National Military Park

(NPS Photo)

From the beginning of the spring to the end of the warm season, wildflowers provide nature with a brilliant display of color. As plants, wildflowers are also food for insects and other wildlife such as rabbits and white-tailed deer. Nectar produced by the flower is food for bees, butterflies, and ruby-throated hummingbirds. Commonly found wildflowers include the fire pink, blue phlox, potato dandelion, spring beauty, cardinal flower, and black-eyed Susan.

Did You Know?

Hornet's Nest

Congress established Shiloh National Military Park in 1894, making it the third oldest battlefield in the National Park system. Originally under the War Department, Shiloh predated the National Park Service by 22 years.