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    Projects in North America

 
  • The Garden and more than 30 U.S. and Canadian institutions are collaborating on a printed and computerized inventory of the 21,000 species of plants of North America north of Mexico.
  • Garden bryologists conduct inventories of mosses of selected regions, including Maine, the Ozarks, and the Great Plains, and prepare treatments of families of mosses for the flora.
  • The Garden is collaborating with the University of Missouri-Columbia to develop standards for accurate identification of plants used in dietary herbal supplements.
Collinsia verna
Collinsia verna Nutt.
"Blue-eyed Mary"
Native to Missouri
 
 

 

 
 
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