Southeastern Center for Conservation

The Southeastern Center for Conservation is the heart of Atlanta Botanical Garden's research into wild and endangered plant populations. The Garden's plant conservation collections and fieldwork focus on propagation of under-represented endangered plant groups and the restoration and management of their habitats. Key to the success of this conservation program is the high level of botanical and horticultural expertise of its staff. The Garden has more than 30 years of experience in the conservation and recovery of rare and threatened plant species through research, propagation, collaborative restoration and habitat management.

The Explore tab will lead you to the Atlanta Botanical Garden's Data Exploration Tool (which is under development). From there you can search our collection!