Plants for Ponds & Water Gardens: Double Flowering Arrowhead
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Double Flowering Arrowhead
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Double Flowering Arrowhead (Sagittaria japonica)
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Quick Stats

Care Level Easy
Color Form Green, White
Water Conditions 65-80° F, pH 6.5-7.5
Max. Size 4'
Origin Farm Raised
Family Alismataceae
Lighting Direct Sun to Medium Shade
Placement Edge
Propagation Root division
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Add floral elegance to your water garden with the Double Flowering Arrowhead. This graceful perennial features attractive, bright green arrowhead-shaped leaves and serves as the ideal transitional plant at the perimeter of your pond. From July through August, the Double Flowering Arrowhead produces tall stalks of double flowers that jut from the water's surface to catch any onlooker's eye.

Though the flowers are individually dainty, the uncommon cluster of crisp white blossoms with soft yellow centers create subtle, yet indelible beauty. Also known as the Japanese Arrowhead, this hardy plant thrives in rich soil in 6" or less of water. When properly cared for, they grow easily and quickly and benefit from pruning as needed. Zones 5 to 11.

Approximate Purchase Size: 12" to 18"

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