Aztec Arrowhead

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Planting Depth:  Top of the pot should be 1 to 6 inches below the water line

Sunshine:  Partial Shade

Blooming Window: Early Summer to Autumn

Longevity: Perennial


Aztec Arrowhead has large, stiff, spear-shaped leaves that are produced at the end of thick stems. They may grow 2 to 4 feet tall and should be kept in 1 to 6 inches water depth. Sagittaria montevidensis flowers bloom all season, are white with a large dark red spot at the bottom of each petal and have a yellow pistil and stamen.

Use: The Arrowhead has a very unique bloom with amazing foliage. Use it in the bog in the shade or as a lower plant in front of something tall. The diffused light serves this plant better than full, direct exposure.

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