Common Names: Green arrow arum, tuckahoe
Sub-category: Arum family
An aquatic plant. An individual leaf may have a petiole nearly a meter long and a blade half a meter in length. The leaves are quite variable in shape and size, but they are often generally arrowhead-shaped. The inflorescence bears male and female flowers, as well as sterile flowers. The flower varies from whitish to greenish to yellow. The fruit is a brown berry containing a few seeds within a clear gelatinous pulp.
Found in wetlands and near ponds.
Primary Flower Color: White
Secondary Flower Color: Yellow