Sagittaria montevidensis Aztec Arrowhead
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2' to 3' Strong, showy rich-green foliage. White flowers with burgundy markings and bright yellow centers. Likes deeper water.
Sagittaria montevidensis is stemless and rhizomatous with its young leaves growing submerged. These attractive flowers can be found from June to September. Giant Arrowhead is insect pollinated.
Sagittaria montevidensis is often found at pond edges in shallow, ephemeral water, sometimes occurring in tidal mud flats. This species has a broad distribution at the continental scale, occurring across much of North and South America. However, the distribution across the United States is somewhat disjoint, known to occur in some New England and Middle Atlantic States, across the southeastern states, Michigan, and in California.
Overview: Sagittaria montevidensis Aztec Arrowhead
- Zone 8-11
- Height 2' to 3' inches
- Spread 12-24 inches
- Depth: Moist to 6" over crown / soil line of pot
- Light: Sun to Part Shade