Sagittaria subulata

Sagittaria subulata is a small, spreading plant that works very well in a slower growth, lower light, planted community. It is one of only a few plants that will grow into a nice carpet in these conditions. It still requires patience, but especially if given a nutritious substrate, and allowed time, it will develop into a beautiful dense ground cover.

Common Name:     Dwarf Sag

Family Name:          Alismataceae

Native To:                Eastern U.S. and South America

Lighting:                  Low - Moderate

Requirements:        Undemanding but does best with a nutritious substrate

Growth Form:        Rosette 

Growth Rate:            Moderate

True Aquatic:            Yes

Placement in Tank:  Foreground

Available As:              Bare root, potted