Franklinia Flower

Franklinia Flower

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Caption: Extinct in nature, the Franklin tree (Franklinia alatamaha) was first discovered in southern Georgia along the Alatamaha River in 1789 by John and William Bartram. All Franklinia trees growing today are descendants of seeds propagated by the Bartrams.

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