Basil Mountain-mint Pycnanthemum clinopodioides Basil mountain-mint is an endangered plant in Connecticut. The photos show a cultivated plant. • Family: Mint (Lamiaceae) • Habitat: dry fields, dry open woods • Height: 12-30 inches • Flower size: 1/4 inch long, on disk-shaped heads around 1 inch across • Flower color: white to pale lavender • Flowering time: July to September • Origin: native
Hawaiian Palm (Brighamia insignis), an indoor friendly endangered plant from Hawaii. The natural pollinators have become extinct in he area where the plant grows but a lot is done to save it from extinction. Some botanist hand pollinate flowers with hair from the Bison.
Encephalartos Expert speaks on endangered plants. World renowned Encephalartos expert Maurice Levin speaks on the importance of perpetuating endangered plant species through propagation and preservation. http://Enviroscapela.com