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“Of wild forms the sweet-flag (_Acorus_), Jack-in-the-pulpit (_Arisæma_) (Fig. 86, _A_, _D_), skunk-cabbage (_Symplocarpus_), and wild calla may be noted.”
“Just outside the subterranean entrance to his abode grew plenty of sweet-flag and succulent lily stems and roots, his for the taking.”
“Here he lived a life of ease and also of adventure, feasting on sweet-flag root, rushes and lily stems, of which there was always an abundance close at hand, and taking his exercise in the water or in his many runways in the long grass bordering the stream.”
“He is as genuine, as wholesome and real as sweet-flag and clover.”
“The little girl had been looking for "sweet-flag.”
“But while the root of the sweet-flag is pleasant to gnaw, though a trifle smarty, the root of the cat-tail is of no use -- that is, as far as”
“She wanted some sweet-flag, but not cat-tail root, and to find out which was right she had to pull up many of the long, green streamers.”
“Alice had some lovely sugared sweet-flag root, which is very good in case of sickness.”
“Then Billie laughed right out loud, he felt so much better, and he ate some acorns and the sweet-flag root, nibbling at it with his sharp teeth.”
“Bully a greedy little boy, there wasn't a single bit of candied sweet-flag root in the house.”
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