Click Add to wishlist to get an email when back in stock
This rare US native makes its home from coastal NC, south to coastal Mississippi. In form, the spade-shaped foliage of P. sagittifolia resembles a shorter version of P. virginica and is equally as easy to grow in cultivation...in a damp site. In the wild, P. sagittifolia is usually found in very acidic bogs. In May/June, the clumps are adorned with 18" stalks, ending in beautiful spathiphyllum-like white flowers. When the flowers fade, they are replaced by attractive clusters of bright red berries.
Thanks for visiting the Plant Delights Nursery website.
We noticed that you have come from an old URL.
Please refresh your bookmark or backlink and enjoy the new site!