Not to be confused with Water Caltrop, this popular oriental vegetable is basically an underwater vegetable, that will happily grow in backyard ponds and small dams.
The corm needs to be wet most of the time but it will grow potted if it does not dry out for too long.
It produces the new corms abundantly and is easy to maintain.
As a food source it is full of active vitamins and minerals and if you grow your own, you know exactly how clean it’s environment is.
No more guessing about the quality of the water source.
Potted or bare rooted corm at different stages during the season.