North Carolina Botanical Garden

CPC institution Code: NCU
Lindera melissifolia

The North Carolina Botanical Garden has been a leader in native plant conservation, horticulture, and education in the southeastern United States for more than 50 years. As part of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, we further the University's tripartite teaching, research, and public service mission through our own mission to inspire understanding, appreciation, and conservation of plants and to advance a sustainable relationship between people and nature. Since its founding in 1952 by the University’s Board of Trustees, the Garden has established itself as: - A university-affiliated botanical garden with an outstanding international reputation as a garden that integrates a conservation ethic into all of its programs. - The region’s most comprehensive center of knowledge on plants native to North Carolina and the southeastern United States. - An institute that provides a broad audience with inspirational experiences, opportunities for health and wellness through outdoor activities, and educational programs within a scientifically based institution.

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Taxon Family Global Rank Legal Status Sponsorship Status
Amaranthus pumilus Amaranthaceae G2 LT Sponsored
Boechera serotina Brassicaceae Sponsored
Asplenium X heteroresiliens Aspleniaceae G2
Buckleya distichophylla Santalaceae G3 Sponsored
Clematis addisonii Ranunculaceae G1
Clematis socialis Ranunculaceae G1 LE Sponsored
Clematis viticaulis Ranunculaceae G1 Sponsored
Coreopsis latifolia Asteraceae G3
Dionaea muscipula Droseraceae
Echinacea laevigata Asteraceae G2 LE
Eupatorium resinosum Asteraceae G3 Sponsored
Geum geniculatum Rosaceae G2
Helianthus schweinitzii Asteraceae G3 LE
Iliamna remota Malvaceae
Isoetes tegetiformans Isoetaceae G1 LE
Kalmia cuneata Ericaceae
Liatris helleri Asteraceae G2 LT
Lilium grayi Liliaceae G1 Sponsored
Lindera melissifolia Lauraceae
Lobelia boykinii Campanulaceae G2
Lysimachia asperulifolia Primulaceae
Oxypolis canbyi Apiaceae Sponsored
Paxistima canbyi Celastraceae
Dichanthelium hirstii Poaceae Sponsored
Parnassia caroliniana Celastraceae
Pityopsis ruthii Asteraceae G1 LE Sponsored
Prunus alleghaniensis Rosaceae G4 Sponsored
Ptilimnium nodosum Apiaceae Sponsored
Rhexia aristosa Melastomataceae Sponsored
Rhus michauxii Anacardiaceae
Sagittaria fasciculata Rosaceae G2 LE
Sarracenia oreophila Sarraceniaceae Sponsored
Sarracenia rubra ssp. jonesii Sarraceniaceae Sponsored
Schwalbea americana Orobanchaceae
Solidago spithamaea Asteraceae G2 LT
Solidago verna Asteraceae G3
Stylisma pickeringii var. pickeringii Convolvulaceae T3 Sponsored
Thalictrum cooleyi Ranunculaceae
Vaccinium sempervirens Ericaceae T1
Leiophyllum buxifolium Ericaceae G4 Sponsored
Ludwigia ravenii Onagraceae G1
Xerophyllum asphodeloides Liliaceae G4 Sponsored
Solidago plumosa Asteraceae
Astragalus michauxii Fabaceae G3
Pycnanthemum torrei Lamiaceae
Amorpha georgiana var. georgiana Fabaceae T2
Macbridea caroliniana Lamiaceae G2
Solidago villosicarpa Asteraceae G1
Carex lutea Cyperaceae G2 LE
Symphyotrichum rhiannon Asteraceae
Lilium pyrophilum Liliaceae G2 Sponsored
Marshallia legrandii Asteraceae G1
Sarracenia purpurea var. montana Sarraceniaceae T1
Baptisia australis var. aberrans Fabaceae T2
Phemeranthus piedmontanus Portulacaceae G1
Gaylussacia orocola Ericaceae G1
Vaccinium crassifolium ssp. sempervirens Ericaceae

Conservation Contacts

Damon Waitt, Ph.D.
Johnny Randall, Ph.D.
Director of Conservation
Michael Kunz
Conservation Ecologist
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Name Title Group Phone Email Privacy Settings Priority Contact ID Priority Input
Director 100
Director of Conservation 100
Conservation Ecologist 100
Assistant to the Director 100
Communications Manager 100