Marsh plant that can be grown is completely submerged or as plant pond edge. It forms a rosette Bushes maximum height of 20 cm. Between March and May produces simple white flowers. He loves the calm waters.
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|Planting depth from the surface of the water:||from 0 to 20 cm|
|Spacing:||8 plants per square meter.|
|Type of soil:||Waterlogged|
|Sun Exposure:||Full sun to partial shade|
|Bloom Time:||March - May|
|Hardiness:||USDA Zone 5a: to -28.8 °C (-20 °F)|
|Ease of Growth:||Easy|
Sagittaria graminea is a perennial herbaceous plant, swamp: It belongs to the family Alismatacee. In nature it remains generally submerged a few months a year but can live constantly immersed in water. It can be grown is completely submerged and as border plant and bushes form a rosette up to 20 cm high. The submerged leaves are soft, while those based are fleshy. Between March to May produces white flowers composed of three petals simple. is native to the southern United States and Central America, he lives in stagnant or slightly flowing waters with muddy bottom and rich in vegetation.
Suitable for ponds of all sizes, it must be cultivated immersed in 0-20 cm of water in full sun or partial shade.
On sale from March to October.