- Tech Specs
- Use As Free Floating Or Submerged Plant
- Increases Shade Across Pond Surface
- Promotes Natural Filtration
Red Stemmed Parrots Feather is a member of the water-milfoil family, and is a herbaceous aquatic perennial that gets its name from the feather-like appearance of its grey-green leaves. Red Stemmed Parrots Feather may be used as a submerged or floating pond plant. It has feathery grey-green foliage and its stems can grow from 20 to 60 inches long. Red Stemmed Parrots Feather has lush green texture that assists in shading the pond and also provides a hiding place plus spawning material for koi and goldfish. Because of its capability of establishing itself in wet soil above the water, Red Stemmed Parrots Feather Floating Plant can be used in waterfall and streams, as well as along pond edges.
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Red Stemmed Parrots Feather
|Plant Type||Floating Or Submerged Plant|
|Hardiness Zones||5 to 11|
|Growing Light||Full Sun To Partial Shade|
|Plant Size||Vertical Up To 4"|
|Also Known As||Myriophyllum Brasiliensis|
Mail Order: What To Expect
Plants you receive by mail need time to adjust. Your plants will arrive as: Bare Root (only root and little to no foliage), Bunches (several stems or groupings of plants) or as a Net Pot (roots with some foliage). Upon arrival, they may not appear lush but given time & proper care, they will flourish!
Simply place in water and plant will float freely. Red Stemmed Parrots Feather may also be potted and submerged in your pond.
Fertilization is typically not needed for Red Stemmed Parrots Feather as they take excess nutrients from your pond water. If needed, Microbe-Lift® Bloom & Grow™ can be used.
For best results, trim or prune as leaves begin to turn yellow or brown, remove them completely, discarding them to keep as much excess organic material out of water-body as possible.
In Zones 4 and lower, discard Red Stemmed Parrots Feather after the first hard frost.
Due to the quick growth of Red Stemmed Parrots Feather, it is considered invasive in several states. Never release these plants in public lakes or waterways in any state.
What others are saying
"Mixed feelings"Linda of addison, IL
Plant arrived in small amount. One stem out of 3 sent is doing ok. I just think my shipment of plants were not good.would not order againView entire review