Calla palustris. Arum Family. May - June.
A plant 5 - 10 inches high. Found in cool bogs and swamps. Nova Scotia and southward to Virginia, westward to Minnesota, Iowa and Michigan.
Tiny on short, thick club; outer envelope white above, greenish beneath, opening nearly flat. Berries red, in clusters.
Rich green, somewhat heart-shaped, from creeping rootstock.