Look for red plant tags on your Garden journey.

These are plants determined to be at risk by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) or the Atlas of Florida Plants Institute for Systemic Botany. The Garden’s conservation strategy includes growing formal conservation collections, storing genetic material in our seed bank, maintaining a 90-acre Preserve, and tending to at-risk plants in our cultivated gardens. Look for species such the Madagascar poinciana (Delonix pumila) and Tahina spectabilis, a palm also native to Madagascar and known to grow in only one location in the wild.