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Endangered Carnivorous Plant Sarracenia leucophylla, the white-topped pitcher plant, grows wild in bogs and the wet pine savannas of Florida, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi. The nectar-producing ‘pitchers’ of these rare and uncommonly beautiful carnivorous plants are actually specialized leaves that lure, trap, and digest insects as a means of obtaining the nutrients lacking in their infertile soil.

Endangered Carnivorous Plant Sarracenia leucophylla, the white-topped pitcher plant, grows wild in bogs and the wet pine savannas of Florida, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi. The nectar-producing ‘pitchers’ of these rare and uncommonly beautiful carnivorous plants are actually specialized leaves that lure, trap, and digest insects as a means of obtaining the nutrients lacking in their infertile soil.

Pygmy Fringetree (Chionanthus pygmaea) is native to central Florida and is considered an endangered plant. It produces nice flowers and grows to only eight feet tall.

Pygmy Fringetree (Chionanthus pygmaea) is native to central Florida and is considered an endangered plant. It produces nice flowers and grows to only eight feet tall.

Iris virginica Southern Blue Flag Native southern wetland species occurring from Virginia to Florida and Texas, Iris virginica is 2 feet (60 cm) tall with bright green leaves that often lie on the ground or water.

Iris virginica Southern Blue Flag Native southern wetland species occurring from Virginia to Florida and Texas, Iris virginica is 2 feet (60 cm) tall with bright green leaves that often lie on the ground or water.

endangered plant: Ophioglossum palmatum L. in Florida- lives in the boots of Cabbage palm trees in the detritus that accumulates in these pockets

endangered plant: Ophioglossum palmatum L. in Florida- lives in the boots of Cabbage palm trees in the detritus that accumulates in these pockets

GOLDENROD (Solidago spp.) | What Florida Native Plant Is Blooming Today?™

GOLDENROD (Solidago spp.)

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