Parrot Feather (Myriophyllum Aquaticum) has feathery blue-green foliage and floats across the surface of the water. Parrot Feather can be anchored in substrate or anchored with small weights or planted in small pots. Parrot Feather is not an oxygenating plant as some companies claim*. Parrot Feather IS a great cover for small fish as well as for spawning. Parrot Feather is also great for softening hard edges of rocks around the pond. Parrot Feather grows by stem and can grow quite long (2 - 5 feet) in your pond. Parrot Feather reproduces by cuttings and grows well in full sun to part shade.
<br>(Minimum 3 plants)
Plant in small container using sand or aquatic planting medium, or you can anchor at the bottom of the pond using small weights. Grows well in full sun to part shade. Reproduces by stem cuttings.