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A federally endangered Jones pitcher plant or mountain pitcher plant (Sarracenia rubra ssp. jonesii) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, where they are propagated. Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations.

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A federally endangered Jones pitcher plant or mountain pitcher plant (Sarracenia rubra ssp. jonesii) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, where they are propagated. Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations.

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A federally endangered Jones pitcher plant or mountain pitcher plant (Sarracenia rubra ssp. jonesii) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, where they are propagated. Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations.

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The federally endangered hairy rattleweed (Baptisia arachnifera) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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The federally endangered hairy rattleweed (Baptisia arachnifera) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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The federally endangered hairy rattleweed (Baptisia arachnifera) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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The federally endangered hairy rattleweed (Baptisia arachnifera) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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Federally endangered green pitcher-plants (Sarracenia oreophila), at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations.

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The federally endangered hairy rattleweed (Baptisia arachnifera) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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Federally endangered green pitcher-plants (Sarracenia oreophila), at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations.

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The federally endangered hairy rattleweed (Baptisia arachnifera) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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Federally endangered green pitcher-plants (Sarracenia oreophila), at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations.

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The federally endangered spreading avens (Geum radiatum) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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Federally endangered green pitcher-plants (Sarracenia oreophila), at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations.

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Federally endangered green pitcher-plants (Sarracenia oreophila), at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations.

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Federally endangered green pitcher-plants (Sarracenia oreophila), at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations.

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Federally endangered green pitcher-plants (Sarracenia oreophila), at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations.

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Minus their petals the flowers of a federally endangered Alabama canebrake pitcher-plant (Sarracenia rubra ssp. alabamensis) droop down at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, where they are propagated. Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations.

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The flowers of a federally endangered Alabama canebrake pitcher-plant (Sarracenia rubra ssp. alabamensis) droop down at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, where they are propagated. Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations.

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A large-flowered skullcap (Scutellaria montana) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, Georgia.

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An Alabama canebrake pitcher plant (Sarracenia rubra ssp. alabamensis) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, Georgia. (US: Endangered)

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An Alabama canebrake pitcher plant (Sarracenia rubra ssp. alabamensis) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, Georgia. (US: Endangered)

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A Jones pitcher plant or Mountain pitcher plant (Sarracenia rubra ssp. jonesii) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, Georgia. (US: Endangered)

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A hairy rattleweed (Baptisia arachnifera) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, Georgia. (US: Endangered)

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An American chaffseed (Schwalbea americana) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, Georgia. (US: Endangered)

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An American chaffseed (Schwalbea americana) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, Georgia. (US: Endangered)

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A green pitcher plant (Sarracenia oreophila) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, Georgia. (US: Endangered)

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An Alabama canebrake pitcher plant (Sarracenia rubra ssp. alabamensis) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, Georgia. (US: Endangered)

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A federally-endangered Alabama canebrake pitcher plant (Sarracenia rubra ssp. alabamensis) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, Georgia.

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A federally-endangered Alabama canebrake pitcher plant (Sarracenia rubra ssp. alabamensis) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, Georgia.

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The white top pitcher plant (Sarracenia leucophylla), a more common species of carnivorous plant, at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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The white top pitcher plant (Sarracenia leucophylla), a more common species of carnivorous plant, at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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The flower of a non-listed and fairly common bog orchid called grass pink (Calapogon tuberosus) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. This plant is propagated here along dozens of other rare species. Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations.

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