When should I water my arrowhead plant?
People also ask, how often should I water my arrowhead plant?
The best way I can describe it is that this plant likes to be evenly moist or “regular” watering. Even though this plant doesn't like to dry out, it doesn't like to stay sopping wet or sit in a saucer of water. In the winter months, I water it less often – every 10 to 14 days.
Similarly, can arrowhead plants grow in water? Take a few fresh stems and place it in a jar of water. Grow arrowhead plants from its corms in a pot of water, with some pebbles to allow the plant to root itself. Arrowhead plants grow quickly, and will begin to vine too, so if you intend to grow them for a long time, it's more advisable to grow it in soil.
Thereof, why is my arrowhead plant leaves turning brown?
Arrowhead plants may suffer from bacterial rots or leaf spots. Under-watered plants begin to dry out, causing the leaves to fade or turn brown. Too much direct sunlight can cause sunburn or scorch, which also turns the foliage dry and brown.
What does an arrowhead plant look like?
The leaves change shape as the plant matures, beginning as an arrowhead shape, and then changing into three to five finger-like sections. Leaves are generally green in color but there are many varieties that include variegated leaves of differing shades. The arrowhead plant will tolerate low light levels on occasion.