Alisma subcordatumCommon Names: Water Plantain, Mud Plantain
Synonym(s): Alisma plantago-aquatica
|Height: 1ft - 3ft|
|Blooming: Jul Aug|
This is normally an emergent species growing in shallow, calm waters. It does sometimes grow slightly above the water line in constantly wet soils. It produces numerous very small, white flowers on a large, whorled panicle. The seeds are very attractive to waterfowl and other wildlife.
No photos are currently available for Alisma subcordatum. Although we strive to post our own photos of every species offered, we are still missing a few. We suggest either googling for images of this specis or please visit the USDA PLANTS Database for photos/drawings and further information.