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Cephalanthus occidentalis

The Buttonbush grows along the edges of lakes and streams, and loves swamps and marshes as well. It gets its name from the little button-like balls of its flowers and its fruits (shown here). The flowers are white, but the fruits are reddish, and are eaten by wildlife.

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