Depending on the space you have available the Arrowhead plant is known to climb to up to 6 feet or more. However, by cutting off the vines it is very easy to keep under 15 inches in height. To me, I prefer to keep the plant cut low, this way the plant will become fuller and the leaves will appear more pronounced.
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