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    The North Carolina Botanical Garden conserves plant biodiversity of the Southeastern United States and works to promote healthy and sustainable ecosystems. For more than half a century, the North Carolina Botanical Garden has championed efforts to conserve the State’s botanical legacy. Today, the North Carolina Botanical Garden manages more than 1,200 acres of garden and conservation lands, safeguards rare and endangered plant species from extinction, and educates new generations of plant enthusiasts and environmental citizens.

    We invite you to explore rare wildflowers in our Piedmont habitat, soak up the sun in our Courtyard Gardens, or set your youngsters free in the Children’s Wonder Garden.

    You can make a difference and support the Garden’s mission today.


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    A male American bumble bee visits shaggy blazing star (Liatris pilosa) in our Coastal Plain Habitat. Native from New Jersey down to South Carolina, this sweet wildflower grows in dry woodlands, sandhills, roadsides and fields. #nativeplants #pollinatorgarden

    Our conservation team was in South Carolina last month collecting seeds of the federally endangered Canby's cowbane (Tiedemannia canbyi). We're part of a seed longevity with @CPCplants to research how different species' seeds perform in storage.


    Common sneezeweed (Helenium autumnale) in our Coastal Plain Habitat. This lovely native wildflower suffers from the same case of mistaken identity as goldenrod: it does not cause sneezing or allergies — it just blooms at the same time as the ragweed that does!

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