|Hydrophyllum virginianum||Waterleaf Family||Hydrophyllaceae|
|May - August||Infrequent|
Description: From 1 to 3 feet tall, Leaves are irregular 5 to 7 lobed, leaves are often marked with spots that resemble water stains (hence the name "Waterleaf") Flowers are white to pale violet, bell shaped and in clusters, with extending stamens and stigma. Plant is smoothish.
Location: Rich wet places
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