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Sue Gremlin

Piney
Sep 13, 2005
1,215
167
58
Vicksburg, Michigan
We were out paddling around on Oswego Lake on Saturday. It felt SOOO good to get the boats back in.
We spotted many pitcher plants, and this that we couldn't identify. I apologize for the quality, I think we're having an issue with our camera. These plants have a plain yellow spike on a white stem and subulate leaves with smooth margins. They grew right in the water and also right on the shore. We'd not seen these before.

Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?
 

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dragoncjo

Piney
Aug 12, 2005
1,374
105
39
camden county
I agree with golden club. I never knew that was a pine barrens plant, I have it in my pond in the back yard. Didn't know it was a native plant, very cool.
 
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