Limnanthemum crenatum F.Muell.
Common Name: Wavy Marshwort
Wavy marshwort is a perennial water plant, producing a carpet of growth on the surface of ponds and lakes.
It is sometimes harvested from the wild for its edible root.
Australia - South Australia, Queensland, New South Wales, Queensland, Northern Territory.
Slow-flowing water up to about 1.5 metres deep, usually on a mud substrate[
]. It can persist on drying mud[
The plant grows from the warm temperate to the tropical zones.
Prefers an organically rich soil and a position in full sun to part shade[
]. Succeeds in still or very slowly flowing water up to 100cm deep, as well as in swampy soils[
Tubers - cooked[
]. The small, round tubers are roasted[
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