Sagittaria sp. giant is commonly known as Giant sagittaria. This plant is easy to care in an aquarium. The fast-growing habit and ability to grow in fully immersed conditions make it one of the most suitable plants to grow in an aquarium. The green color plant has wide, blade grass-like leaves, which looks beautiful in an aquarium. It is a stem less, rhizomatous aquatic plant. The young ribbon-like leaves grow submerged in water while the leaves of the older plants emerge out of the water. Sagittaria sp. giant requires only low light. Regular addition of CO2, fertilizers rich in iron, and trace elements will help the growth and development of Sagittaria sp. giant.