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A low-growing perennial that forms a groundcover. Several different species are found in the U.S.
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Often found in ditches, along shorelines, and in marshy turf.
Round with shallow serrations along the edge. Peltate and umbellate. The petioles for the leaves arise vertically from the stems.
Small, and white, forming a globe at the end of a stem.
White, and generally creeping along the ground.
May be confused with kidneyleaf mudplantain, but leaves are heart shaped.
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