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As our waterlilies are fading the broadleaf arrowhead (Sagitaria latifolia) in the upper pool burst into bloom. The tall stems of clean white flowers always come as a surprise after weeks of looking at nothing but a sea of leaves.
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I have seen this in the wild lately. It is such a beautiful plant and bloom.
Lisa at Greenbow |
Friday, August 30, 2013 at 05:10 AM
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