Quick Answer: Why is it called Indian pipe?

Indian Pipe is a native wildflower with a thick, white translucent stem ending in a white nodding flower. It grows in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York. Indian Pipe derives its common name from its supposed resemblance, when in flower, to a peace pipe.

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