- Arrowheads (Sagittaria latifolia) are submerged water plants that have edible tubers. They seem to be pretty easy to grow if you have a pond or wetland area.
- They are named after their leaves, which are triangular shaped, like an arrow.
- They are native to North American and were eaten by Native Americans.
- They can be challenging to harvest, but are easy to cook and wonderfully tasty, so are worth the effort. Roasted, which turns them into a light and airy, but not greasy, french fry.
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