Myrio Green (Myriophyllum pinnatum)

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About This Product

Hardy plant, fast growing, very lush. An exotic bunched plant with fine, feathery leaves ranging in color from green to reddish-brown depending on the variety and the amount of light.
  • Common Name: Myrio Green
  • Family: Haloragaceae
  • Origin: North America
  • pH: 7
  • Light: High
  • Growth: Moderate
  • Growth Form: Stem
  • True Aquatic: Yes
  • Demands: Difficult
  • Placement: Mid-Background
  • Available: Bunch

Customer Reviews

  • 4
    myrio pinnatum

    Posted by Unknown on Dec 5th 2011

    Plants arrived in great condition, hardly any leaf loss despite 2-day shipping. I bought a bunch of this species before from a local store, and it slowly died, no growth at all, but the bunch from this site is growing like weeds. I'm very happy with this one.

  • 5

    Posted by David Paul Murray on Oct 14th 2010

    I ordered a few of these and boy are they healthy and filling out great! Love them, fast growing and very pretty yet simple.

  • 5
    Awesome background plant!

    Posted by Rob ᅠ on Aug 21st 2008

    1 day after I put this in my aquarium it just took off. It is growing well. This is a very hardy and beautiful plant. It still allows light to shine through to the bottom of the tank because the leaves are very fine. I love this plant! Thank you

  • 5
    The Picture Doesn't Do It Justice

    Posted by EricᅠMaxwell on Jun 6th 2008

    When I saw the picture, I thought this might be more like a fast growing pond week than a beautiful aquarium plant...I was wrong. It's bright green and very attractive. The plant's needlike leaves are fairly firm and not soft/wavy the way most types of weeds are. A very nice midground plant and a freat place for fry.

  • 4
    fast growing

    Posted by Ann on Mar 6th 2007

    great plant to use for fill and quick growth, does require weekly pruning and will litter aquarium