Category Archives: Carnivorous Plants

The Coleman-Lienhart “Savage Garden” is on exhibit in Sarasota

We are so proud and grateful for the addition of our beloved “Coleman-Lienhart Savage Garden” exhibit, now on display at the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens! It has been an adventure bringing this exhibit to life, first at MOSI and now in its permanent home in Sarasota. Learn about the unique specimens in the collection like pitcher plants, Bladderworts and Monkey Cups, just to name a few. Carnivorous plants are an exciting way to study evolution at work and see how survival adaptations occur.

For a fun and educational day trip from Tampa, visit the living museum and world-class education, research and conservation center at Selby Gardens.

Check out news coverage of the dedication ceremony.

Savage Garden at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens-Sarasota
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