This region includes Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Arkansas.
Ready to explore? Paddle by “walking trees” called mangroves. Meet the Venus flytrap that devours bugs. Take a nap under a 500-year-old southern live oak.

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Mangrove trees survive life in southern coastal waters with aboveground roots like stilts that transport air to their waterlogged roots. Paddle by them in Florida’s Everglades.

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Run on the beach and climb the lighthouse at Cape Hatteras National Seashore in North Carolina, where plants and animals adapt to life on ever-changing barrier islands.

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When a bug bends a trigger hair on a Venus flytrap, the two lobes of leaves snap shut to trap the prey! This carnivorous plant is native to the wetlands of North and South Carolina.

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park hosts 1,600 flower species, 100 tree species, 100 shrub species, and 450 species of bryophytes (on Tennessee/North Carolina border).
Plant Heroes Gang with flowers
Myakka Florida