Artwork of Big Thicket Osage Orange featured in new exhibit

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A new Washington, DC exhibit of artworks depicting familiar, rare and iconic plants and trees of America’s national parks includes a colored pencil drawing of the Osage Orange, a beautifully flowering plant that is plentiful in the northern units of Big Thicket National Preserve. “Flora of the National Parks” opened Thursday, Feb. 18 in the United States Botanic Garden (USBG) on the National Mall.
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