Alligator Flag Flower
A common wetland plant in Florida, Alabama and Louisiana, the alligator flag (also known as bent alligator-flag or arrowroot) has large lance-shaped leaves and can grow in standing freshwater to a height of six to ten feet! This one was blooming out of season (usually May through July) in late November in the Corkscrew Swamp in Southwest Florida.
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- Contained in galleries
- Pink Wildflowers, Marantaceae (Prayer-Plant Family), Pink Wildflowers, Marantaceae (Prayer-Plant Family)