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Leaves entire, about 1cm in diameter, round or oval with a cordate base, per Field Guide to the Ferns and Other Pteridophytes of Georgia.
Blades glabrous both surfaces, margins scaberulose, bases cordate, ciliate, per Vascular Flora of the Carolinas.
Pontederia cordata var. cordata
Lvs mostly ovate to triangular-lanceolate, base generally cordate or truncate, per Weakley's Flora.
Mountain Paper Birch,
Leaves are cordate-based, and twigs are nearly glabrous, per Woody Plants of the Southeastern US: A Winter Guide.
Leaves cordate to orbicular-cordate, variegated, 4-6cm long and wide, per A Review of the Taxonomy & Biogeography of Hexastylis, Aristolochiaceae. Castanea (L.L. Gaddy, 1987).
French Broad Heartleaf,
Leaves cordate to subreniform, 3-6cm long & wide, not variegated, per A Review of the Taxonomy & Biogeography of Hexastylis, Aristolochiaceae. Castanea (L.L. Gaddy, 1987).
Hexastylis shuttleworthii var. shuttleworthii
Leaves rounded, w cordate base, all portions of the sides of the leaves convex, per Weakley's Flora.
Hexastylis shuttleworthii var. harperi
Leaves rounded, with cordate base, all portions of their sides convex, per Weakley's Flora.
Fragrant White Water-lily,
Nymphaea odorata ssp. odorata
Leaf basal lobes w rather sharp corner or angle [vs. Nymphoides more cordate], per Weakley's Flora.
Initially circular, maturing to ovate or slightly cordate with tapering tip, per A Field Guide for the Identification of Invasive Plants in Southern Forests.
Leaves heart-shaped, or lobed with 3-5 pointed tips and a cordate base, per A Field Guide for the Identification of Invasive Plants in Southern Forests.
Vitis aestivalis var. aestivalis
Leaves cordate to orbicular, unlobed or 3-5 lobes, dentate to crenate, per Forest Plants of the Southeast and Their Wildlife Uses.