- Also called: white water-crowfoot
This plant grows well in our pond. I found this plant in nature. The flowers are 7 to 20 mm. This plant adds oxygen to the water, an advantage when you have fish in your pond. Both the leaves under and on the water can be eaten fresh or dried. (JE)
Ponds, ditches, canals, streams, clay pits and dune ponds, sometimes in periodically flooded areas (annual in that case).
- Ranunculus aquatilis Wikipedia