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or narrowleaf cow wheat
is a hemiparasitic plant native to North America, especially southern Canada through the eastern United States. Leaves have two forms. Lower on the plant leaves are linear. Below the flowers, leaves have two pointed lobes behind the usual linear structure. Leaves are opposite. Stems appear dark olive green and slender. Cow wheat is low ground cover and does not get taller than a foot. This plant is common to Jack pine
Jack pine is a North American pine with its native range in Canada east of the Rocky Mountains from Northwest Territories to Nova Scotia, and the northeast of the United States from Minnesota to Maine, with the southernmost part of the range just into northwest Indiana...
and Red pine
Pinus resinosa, commonly known as the red pine or Norway pine, is pine native to North America. The Red Pine occurs from Newfoundland west to Manitoba, and south to Pennsylvania, with several smaller, disjunct populations occurring in the Appalachian Mountains in Virginia and West Virginia, as well...