Hard to find Seeds. Native to cool temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere of Europe, northern Asia and northern North America (Alaska, Canada, and northeastern contiguous United States). Plant produces a gorgeous white flower with glossy, oblong, heart-shaped green leaves. In late Summer-into Fall it produces a cluster of red berries. Plant prefers cool, boggy wetland and pond edges. Stems creep or float. Mature height: 12"-18". Prefers full sun.
Grows best in still water (running water disturbs the roots), with the leaves above water level. Perennial, zones 2- 7.
Other Names: bog arum, marsh calla, wild calla, squaw claw, water-arum, wild arum, arum seeds, Water-dragon, swamp calla, Calla di palude, drachenwurz