The report is published in New England Wild Flower Society.
The report reveals that around 3,500 species of plants in the New Hampshire region and New England are endangered and near extinction.
Some of the plant species facing extinction in the region are Franconia Notch and Ossipee Pine Barrens.
More than 22 percent of the species are listed under rare species list.
30 percent of the plants are non native plants and they are threatening the native plants. They have taken nearly 10 percent of the New England region.
The lawns of the localities are also considered as non-native vegetation.
Measures should be immediately taken to protect those species because it will not only have impact on the plant kingdom but also on the human beings.
Forests in New England are losing plants at an alarming rate. It is for the first time in 200 years the forests are losing plants at such a high rate.
Plants are very essential part of human life and animal life, so immediate measures needed to be taken to control it.