The Lost Garden: A Compendium of Rare and Endangered Plants #Infographic #Flowers #Plants

The Lost Garden: A Compendium of Rare and Endangered Plants #Infographic

Matchstick Banksia, an endangered plant from Western Australia.

Close-up of Inflorescence of Matchstick Banksia: Banksia cuneata [Family: Proteaceae] - an endangered plant from Western Australia. The matchstick-like appearance of individual flowers in the late-bud-stage gives rise to the common name.

PlanetSave - Endangered Plant Species List. We can do as much good as we have done damage, we are capable of anything so let's start healing :)

We write about endangered species on here relatively often, but we generally focus on endangered animals. Of course, people relate more to animals than plants and are more touched by the thought of…

Tennessee's Native and Endangered Plants

Tennessee's Native and Endangered Plants~for my Tennessee friends & family.keep Tennessee wild!

Rafflesia Flower found in Indonesia "has by far the largest bloom of any flower and is one of the world's rarest and most endangered plants. Almost one meter wide and weighing over 6 pounds, it is a fleshy, malodorous plant." Liza's Reef

Rafflesia Flower found in Indonesia "has by far the largest bloom of any flower and is one of the world's rarest and most endangered plants. Almost one meter wide and weighing over 6 pounds, it is a fleshy, malodorous plant.

Venus Flytraps grow in a hundred-mile radius along the coast of North and South Carolina, and are considered endangered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Venus Flytraps grow in a hundred-mile radius along the coast of North and South Carolina, and are considered endangered by the U. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Darwinia chapmaniana: An endangered plant native to Australia. Photo by Clare Snow. Posted on Garden Design by Caroline Mullet FB page.

Darwinia chapmaniana: An endangered plant native to Australia :-(. Photo by Clare Snow. Posted on Garden Design by Caroline Mullet FB page.

The Vjosa is Europe’s last undammed, free-flowing river, running untamed for 270km from Greece through southern Albania to the Adriatic Sea. It is a vital source of life for numerous endangered plant and fish species as well as the people who live along its banks. Farming is a mainstay of life and still deeply rooted in the culture along the Vjosa, but ecotourism is growing, bringing new economic opportunities and attracting visitors who want to see this unique environment.   However, today…

The Vjosa is Europe’s last undammed, free-flowing river, running untamed for 270km from Greece through southern Albania to the Adriatic Sea. It is a vital source of life for numerous endangered plant and fish species as well as the people who live along its banks. Farming is a mainstay of life and still deeply rooted in the culture along the Vjosa, but ecotourism is growing, bringing new economic opportunities and attracting visitors who want to see this unique environment. However, today…

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