Sagittaria sagittifolia



Unusual large, arrow-shaped leaves and attractive white flowers with yellow centres.

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Pretty stems of white flowers with yellow centres and wonderful large arrow shaped leaves.

Top tip: PLANT BULBS IN WINTER for strong Spring growth. Dies back completely in November by producing bulbs for overwintering. Ducks love to eat these bulbs, commonly called ‘duck potatoes’

Flowers: July-August

Height: 30-50cm

Propagation: Bulbs can be lifted by gently disturbing the mud with a fork until the bulbs float to the surface.

Depth of water over the soil: 10-25cm, tolerates variable water depth, so useful where water levels go up and down.

Planting: Plant into 5lt planting crate using heavy garden loam or Westland or Bathgate Aquatic Soil