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wild-ginger (Asarum canadense; BIRTHWORT FAMILY [Aristolochiaceae])  Low growing (2-8) native perennial herb of rich woodlands.  Often found in colonies.  Usually 2 hairy leaves with heart- or kidney-shaped bases.  Reddish brown 3-parted flower in early spring, often hidden below leaves.  [047]

 

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