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Flatrock Pimpernel – Lindernia monticola – in North Carolina

Lindernia monticola, Flatrock Pimpernel, is a small native perennial primarily associated with granitic flatrock and outcrop plant communities in North Carolina.  It is listed by the Natural Heritage Program as a Watchlist 1 plant with a rank of S2 – (Imperiled).  Watchlist 1 plants are … Continue reading

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North Carolina’s Rare Serpentine Aster – Symphyotrichum depauperatum

Symphyotrichum depauperatum, the Serpentine Aster, may be the most unusual native aster in North Carolina.  It is extremely rare, with a state ranking of  Critically Imperiled, and a status of Endangered .    In addition, it is found at only a single site … Continue reading

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