Once the Holy Grail of plant hunters, Oconee bells persist on home turf – Greenville News

Once the Holy Grail of plant hunters, Oconee bells persist on home turf
Greenville News
It's been 230 years since the famous French botanist Andre Michaux traveled up the Savannah River toward the Blue Ridge escarpment and discovered Oconee bells (Shortia glacifolia) near the Cherokee village of Keowee, where it still grows in abundance

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