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This buttercup-like flower occurs as a plant of pond margins and in marshes, flushes and even wet meadows. Unlike buttercups, the leaves are undivided and spear-shaped - hence the name. It is a useful and attractive plant for the pond, and is less invasive than its close relative, the much larger greater spearwort, Ranunculus lingua.
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- Posted: Fri. 5th June 2009 20:43