Arrowhead (Sagittaria Latifolia) has large green leaves shaped like arrowheads with small white, tri-petaled flowers. Grows well in shallow water. In nature, Arrowhead (Sagittaria Latifolia) is found in shallow wetlands or shallow areas of ponds, lakes and rivers. Prefers shade or indirect sunlight. The foliage on Sagittaria Latifolia is the main attraction, looks great and makes a bold statement when planted in containers in shady areas of your pond or patio that receives indirect sunlight.
Height Arrowhead, (Sagittaria Latifolia) grows 12 - 36 inches tall
Width 12 - 24 inches wide
Light Requirements Grows in full sun, to part sun part shade, does best in indirect sunlight
Moisture Requirements Wet, with up to 6 inches of water above the roots of mature plants
Hardiness Zones Hardy in zones 3 - 11
Arrowhead (Sagittaria Latifolia) should be planted in at least a 10 inch wide container using loam soil and placed in the pond, or in a larger container garden pot, with up to 6 inches of water above the soil. Arrowhead does well in full or part sun and does best in indirect sunlight as well. Arrowhead (Sagittaria Latifolia) will self seed once established.