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The range distribution maps for the Pineland Waterwillow are from the Plants Database of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
The Pineland Waterwillow is a native herbaceous perennial found in the Florida Peninsular and a few counties in the Panhandle. If it weren’t for the fact that is has been reported in two southern Georgia counties, it would be considered endemic to Florida.
This plant likes to grow in freshwater wetlands. In fact, you may see them growing in shallow water. The plant has a very slender stem that can grow to a height of 3-
A stem usually has a solitary flower, but multiple blooms can be produced during the growing season, spring-
The above photos were taken during the last week in June, 2017 in the Babcock-