Due to the closure of the U.S. Capitol Campus to the public, the U.S. Botanic Garden continues to have altered operations. Bartholdi Fountain and Gardens and the Terrace Gardens are open while the Conservatory and gated outdoor gardens are temporarily closed. Please monitor www.USBG.gov for updates on operating status. Many resources can be accessed online, including educational materials, virtual tours, and online programs. Connect with resources from home at www.USBG.gov/AtHome.
Glandularia tampensis, endemic only to coastal areas of southern Florida, is endangered because of loss of habitat to development and agriculture. Very few populations remain intact in nature, and efforts are being made to protect habitat and to preserve germplasm from these remaining populations. To slow demand for wild-collected plants, some nurseries are propagating Glandularia tampensis. Although not common, it is becoming popular among native plant collectors and enthusiasts of butterfly gardens.