Broadleaf Arrowhead

Sagittaria latifolia

Plant Description

This unique aquatic plant is also known as wapato or duck-potato. Highly variable arrow-shaped leaves pointing upwards grow 1-4 ft tall. Pretty sprays of white flowers bloom from July to September. Grows along the edges of ponds and streams, and produces edible tubers. Requires moisture to thrive.

Plant Details

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Shade Preference
Mature Height 1-4'
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