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Wild ginger

Asarum canadense

Habitat:

Virginia forested wetland

2 Species ID Suggestions

Leilah
Leilah 7 years ago
Wild ginger
Asarum canadense Asarum canadense
Mick G
Mick G 6 years ago
European ginger
Asarum europaeum Asarum europaeum


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1 Comment

Mick G
Mick G 6 years ago

I want to suggest that the plant may be an invasive or cultivated ginger. Without more information such as a description of the feel of the leaves, a pic of the flower under the leaves, evergreen or not etc. I cant be sure. I believe it could be a European ginger since the leaf looks like a very thick leaf and an evergreen variety. The flower is very non-descript and brown in color. Leaves when crumpled up have q very distinct ginger smell. Also grow in very tight "colonies" of plants.

lpeery902
Spotted by
lpeery902

Virginia, USA

Spotted on Apr 27, 2013
Submitted on Apr 27, 2013

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