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Re: native North American aroids

According to Deni Bown's book, Orontium aquaticum comes from eastern North
America, called the Golden Club.  This is aquatic though.

Semi-aquatic Lysichiton americanus, Skunk Cabbage,from western North America 
from Alaska to Calif.

Symplocarpus foetidus, Eastern Skunk Cabbage, Collard, Meadow Cabbage, 
Polecate Weed, and Swamp Cabbage; from eastern North Am.

Peltandra virginica, Arrow Arum, eastern North Am. Two other species.

This is all I could find, hope it helps.

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