What kind of plants are in wetlands?



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    Wetlands are home to a wide variety of plant life. The most recognizable of which is probably the bushy ended cattail. Other green denizens of wetlands include alkaline bulrushes, duckweed, salt grass, fieldmint, and milkweed. These plants provide shelter and food for many of the animals that live in wetlands. The citations includes more…

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    Some other plants that commonly grow in wetland environments are the basket oak, black elderberry, cardinal flower, monkey flower, partridge pea, Virginia willow, mountain laurel, and water hemlock. Furthermore, wax myrtles, reed grasses, loblolly pines, cinnamon ferns, and bald cypresses also spread their roots in the wetlands.

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