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A stout native perennial monocot found in most of the eastern U.S.
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Shoreline or marginal habitats including bogs and swamps. Can tolerate slightly saline water. May form large, dense populations.
Similar to Saggitaria; arrowhead shaped with three palmate, primary veins. Borne on long petioles and clustered in short stems.
Occurring in spring to late summer, even extending to winter. A long, thick, and succulent spathe that resembles a young leaf ready to unfurl.
May be distinguished from arrowhead or pickerelweed by the spathed flowers, berry fruit, and three palmate, primary veins.
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