Epiphytes are plants that attach themselves to limbs, shrubs, power lines, fences, and other above-ground structures with pseudo-roots. These are not true roots; they do not absorb water and minerals, but anchor the plant to aerial structures.
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The lands and structures that make up Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park were donated by the Johnson family beginning with the LBJ Boyhood Home and Reconstructed Birthplace in 1969. More...