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Necklace glade cress ~ photo by Thomas G. Barnes

Woodburn Glade State Nature Preserve

Location: Warren County
Size: 20 acres
Access: Access for research onlyResearch Only

Owner/Manager:
* KSNPC
Purchased with Assistance of:  
The Nature Conservancy 

 
Acquired with assistance of The Nature Conservancy and dedicated March 15, 1996, this 20-acre tract in Warren County consists of several open, rocky glade openings. Six rare plants occur in these openings: Carolina larkspur (Delphinium carolinianum), upland privet (Forestiera ligustrina), Butler's quillwort (Isoetes butleri), necklace glade cress (Leavenworthia torulosa), Gattinger's lobelia (Lobelia gattingeri) and eastern eulophus (Perideridia americana). This is the only known population of Gattinger's lobelia in Kentucky.

Access is by written permission only.