Littorella uniflora has pointy round leaves. While it is a slow-grower, it will regularly throw runners and eventually form a carpet.
It grows wild on lakeshores of Europe, North America and South America.
Each rosette should be planted separately with with a few centimeters between each. It will look sparse initially, but the space will provide room for the runners. The leaves are quite brittle so handle it with care.
Growth Rate: Slow
Light Demand: Low