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Green Myriophyllum

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MyriophyllumMattogrossense also is known as Green Myriophyllum (Green Myrio), The Green Watermilfoil, Green Foxtail or Myriophyllum Scabratum. It has fine feather-like leaves and intense green coloration which make it stand out in the planted aquarium. 
  • Sold as a bunched plant. Fresh cut, 4+ stems with a lead weight.
  • Pictures are not the actual plants you will receive, but a sample representation.
  • BUY 2 GET 1 FREE* -Simply buy 2, we will send you 1 extra for free on eligible purchases. Offer valid on the same plant and the same transaction only.
Common Name:  Myriophyllum Green / Green Watermilfoil
Genus:Myriophyllum
Family Name:
Haloragaceae
Origin:
Southeast Asia
Height:
6-12”
pH:
5.0 - 7.0
CO2: Recommended
Growth Rates: Medium-Fast
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Nutrient Substrate: Required
Lighting Requirements: Medium-High

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    Holding up against my goldfish

    I've got these planted in my 225-gallon recently cycled tank with 4 dojo loaches and 7 small fancy goldfish. The goldfish did tear them up for a few days until I started supplementing boiled lettuce. Now they largely leave the foxtail alone and I can see a lot of new growth. I tried planting them in sand with root tabs to start, but saw a lot of die off within a few days (this could have been shock from transplanting.) I decided to replant in glass planter cups with Fluval Stratum and could see root growth coming out the bottom after just a couple of days. Now, three or four weeks later, they have roughly doubled in height. They are a bit patchy in places, but that is probably the goldfish's fault.

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