Plant Selector

This tool searches a database of plants in Minnesota. If you are from a different state/region, these links may be helpful:

These tools provide information for anywhere in the United States:

 

Plant Selector Search Form

Plant Selector Search Form

Sending

 

 

Plant List

Alisma triviale

Common Name: Large-flowered Water Plantain

Type: Forb
Light Exposure: Full Sun
Soil Moisture: Medium
Height: 3 feet
Bloom Color: White
Blooms From May to September

More Information
Notes/Description:

Alisma triviale prefers full or partial sun and mucky soil or shallow, slow-moving, even stagnant water. It withstands drought better than most aquatic plants. The oval basal leaves of Alisma trivale are about one-foot tall and form a rosette from which rises a whorled panicle of small white flowers, reaching a height of three feet during summer. This species prefers full or partial sun and mucky soil or shallow, slow-moving, even stagnant water. It withstands drought better than most aquatic plants.