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Orontium aquaticum
Golden Club

Golden Club is a pleasant, controlled, native North American perennial for water gardens. Its flowers are understated but interesting, and come from the same family that houses Painted Arum and Jack-in-the-Pulpit, both of which are known for their hooded spathe (submerged and miniature for Golden Club) enveloping the upright spadix (the yellow structure for Golden Club).


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