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Dear guests! On November 30, the underground parking will be closed from 17:00 to 00:00. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Tickets are valid only upon presentation of a QR code and passport. In the pavilions of the park, please wear masks and maintain social distance. More information about the current restrictions can be found here (in Russian). Take care of your health and the health of those around you. Thank you!

Broadleaved arrowhead

(Sagittaria Latifolia)

Arrowhead is typically heterophyllic, meaning that its leaves have different shapes. Underwater leaves resemble thin threads with a length of up to 1.5m. Water surface leaves are oval-shaped. Above water leaves resemble 25-30cm long arrows. These leaves gave the plant its generic name. The arrowhead is frost-hardy since in winter it hides at the bottom of the water in the mud.

Summary
Maximum height:
50 cm
Blooming period:
July-September
Fruit bearing period:
September
Relation to light:
Heliophyte
Relation to moisture:
Gygrophyte
Natural habitat:
North and Central America
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