Aztec Arrowhead is a beautiful, marginal pond plant with lovely foliage. The large, handsome, green leaves on Aztec Arrowhead are shaped like arrowheads and the pretty clusters of flowers in shades of burgundy, yellow and white bloom from summer until fall, above the foliage. The blooms are white with a burgundy eye and yellow stamens and makes a bold statement in the pond or in containers. Aztec Arrowhead grows 2 - 3 feet tall, or taller in full sun to part shade.
Height Grows 2 - 3 feet tall or taller
Width 12 - 18 inch spread
Light Requirements Full sun to part shade, blooms more in full sun
Moisture Requirements Very moist soil or shallow water
Fertilize When planting Aztec Arrowhead in containers, add Fertilizer Tabs once a month throughout the summer
Zone Hardy in zones 8 - 11
Plant Aztec Arrowhead in full sun to part shade in moist, loamy soil or in loamy soil with a few inches of water over the roots. Great in containers or can be planted in shallow water at the edge of a natural pond or lake or naturalized in marshy wetlands! Add a few pond tabs to your containers for best bloom!