|This is what duck potato plants look like. Photo credit.
Forget political independence: I want some food independence and I think ponds are probably a key part of that equation. No watering and high production.
That said, does anyone have a lead on where I can get some good duck potato plants, AKA Sagittaria Latifolia, AKA arrowhead?
I’ve got multiple folks asking about it and I’d really like to plop some in my pond and start spreading it around.
I picked up another Sagittaria a few months ago from some friends, only to find it isn’t the type that makes roots.
Shucks. I need some!
Beyond that, if anyone has other good edible pond plants, let me know. I’ll buy seeds, roots, plants, etc. I’d like to get my aquatic plant operation going.
I currently have water celery, pickerel weed, azolla and of course, water chestnuts.
E-mail me on the sidebar or drop me a note in the comments if you have a source for other tasty aquatic plants!