1. genus of aquatic herbs of temperate and tropical regions having sagittate or hastate leaves and white scapose flowers
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  • Though this combo is just as passionate as their fellow Sagittarians, the Virgo Moon affects the inner nature enough to quell some of the more rash aspects of the Sagittarius personality.
  • This article has summarized the research progress of Sagittaria pygmaea Miq in nearly 20 years. The developmental prospect is also discussed.
  • The plants produce bisexual flowers and, unlike Sagittaria, have anthers and stamens in each flower.
  • A true Sagittarian to the end, little Bonnie Blue, with her parents, completed the element of fire.
  • Sagittaria trifolia is self-compatible and is pollinated by a variety of insects including flies, bees and syrphids.
  • The aquatic plants of the neighborhood may be kept in the aquarium, -- such things as myriophyllums, charas, eel-grass, duckmeats or lemnas, cabomba or fish grass, arrow-leafs or sagittaria, and the like; also the parrot's feather, to be bought of florists (a species of myriophyllum). Manual of Gardening (Second Edition)
  • Sagittarians tend to overrate the benefits of activity.
  • Sagittarians usually look on the bright side of things.
  • Invasive aquatics also can have serious negative effects on wildlife. Waterfowl depend greatly on seeds and roots of aquatic vegetation such as pondweeds, wild celery, najas, sagittaria and other native plants.
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