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Arrowhead Flowers

Sagittaria latifolia

Arrowheads are common in marshes and swamps, and are very distinctive and easy to recognize. This picture mostly shows its beautiful white flowers, but you can see a few of the arrow-shaped leaves in the picture as well. Arrowheads have an edible potato-like root which was widely harvested by Native Americans, and is still enjoyed by ducks and muskrats and other swamp-dwelling animals today.

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