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Myriophyllum Crispatum is an aquatic submerged perennial plant adaptable to shallow or deep water. It is an attractive oxygenating plant with both submerged and emerged foliage. It features plummy clumps of upright stems with pinnate leaves and tiny reddish flowers which appear in summer along the stems. Myriophyllum Crispatum will offer a good habitat for pond life.
Plant in a medium sized pot with up to 45cm of water above the planting basket. Plant spacing: approx. 30-50cm. Aquatic and marginal plants should be placed in pond plant baskets filled with aquatic soil (sold separately) and topped with a thin layer of gravel to help prevent the soil from washing away. Ideal planting container: 11cm mesh basket per plant. This plant is suitable for zone 4 of a pond.
Caring and Maintenance
This is a very low maintenance aquatic plant which spreads to form large clumps quickly. Propagate through division at any time in the growing season. All wandering stems may be cut to control plant growth.
Oxygenating plants grow from the bottom of ponds or water features. Their submerged leaves give off bubbles of oxygen, improving the water quality for fish and other pond life and maintaining the ecology balance of the the pond. These plants also absorb mineral salts from the water and reduce algae growth.
"Beautiful healthy plant. Arrived in perfect condition."
Reviewed Monday, 21 May 2018
"Excellent quality plants which I have put straight into my pond."
Reviewed Saturday, 19 May 2018
Reviewed Monday, 9 February 2015
Reviewed Monday, 14 July 2014
Reviewed Sunday, 13 July 2014
"Excellent healthy looking plants."
Reviewed Wednesday, 30 April 2014
"I re-potted them into pond baskets and they are in my pond - not seen any results as yet but hopefully will see some results soon."
Reviewed Tuesday, 15 April 2014