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This is an amazing Botanical Garden. I had never seen such plants like that and they were beautiful!
This is the highlight of the Darlingtonia Californica. An unusual plant. It traps insects and spiders and digests the insects. These plants are amazing!
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This is a small Natural Site off US101 that few people know about. If you are in the neighbourhood, you must stop here. There is a parking lot and a short hike on a boardwalk to see the special Darlingtonia plants. It is magical !
Easy access to a beauttiful short walk on a developed trail to see a huge area of bug-eating plants. Quite an eye opener. A sign gives you details. A few picnic tables in the area make for a lovely place to stop for a meal...More
This may be a small pull-off, and some may consider it "just a swamp," but as a naturalist, I was extremely intrigued at seeing pitcher plants that were so large. I've seen plenty of little ones here and there, but this was a large selection...More
While visiting the central Oregon coast. If you wish for a short ,beautiful and informative botanical walk. This is it! Take a walk on a boardwalk through a primal Oregon coast bog with old growth Cedars, Spuce and Firs among'st ferns and the carnivorous picture...More