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Cedar Bog is the largest and best calcareous bog or fen in Ohio. One of the most characteristic plants of this preserve is white cedar or arbor-vitae. Significant boreal, as well as prairie and coastal plain species, occur here.
Some of the more unusual plants include small yellow and show lady's-slipper orchids, smaller fringed gentian, swamp birch, shrubby cinquefoil, prairie valerian, Riddell's goldenrod and queen-of-the-prairie.
The preserve is managed by the Cedar Bog Association and managed by the Ohio Historical Society.
980 Woodburn Rd.
Urbana, OH 43078
To learn more, call 1-800-860-0147.