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These very pretty little aquatic wildflowers are native to the American Southeast, and can be found in all the coastal states from Texas to Maryland in calm, still water such as ponds swamps and lakes, and are most abundant in Florida. These are perhaps best known to aquarium hobbyists as "banana plants" due to the thick underwater rhizomes that look lie a small cluster of bananas. These were found is a small pond in a pine scrub woodland just north of Jupiter, Florida.
- Rich Leighton
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- Contained in galleries
- Menyanthaceae (Buckbean Family), White Wildflowers, White Wildflowers, Menyanthaceae (Buckbean Family)