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Georgia’s Living Wetlands

Take a trip through five of Georgia wetlands in this unique garden exhibit. More than 200 species of native plants are incorporated into this garden, making it an excellent representation of the wetlands in their native regions. As you walk, you will pass through: a Mountain Bog, the Piedmont Floodplain, the Okefenokee Swamp, the Pitcher Plant Bog, and a Longleaf Pine and Wiregrass Community each with rare and exciting native plants.

The Georgia’s Living wetlands exhibit is made possible through a wetland mitigation project with Isakson-Barnhart, a local developer. As part of a development Isakson-Barnhart needed to create a new wetland. By funding this project, they are helping to preserve endangered habitats, and educating everyone on the importance of protecting our wetlands.