THE VASCULAR FLORA OF SEBERT PROPERTY,
LAPORTE COUNTY, INDIANA
Scott Namestnik, Keith Board
Sebert Property is comprised of an approximately 40-acre matrix of hummocky wet to mesic flatwoods, dry sandy upland flats with seasonally inundated depressions, mesophytic forests and a buttonbush pond. A remarkable assemblage of 362 taxa of native vascular plants occurs here. Twenty (20) species are listed as endangered, threatened, rare (ETR) or extirpated in Indiana; additional taxa are uncommon in the Chicago Region and Indiana and 13 species are presented as new records for LaPorte County.