Aquatic Tube Plants
Using our proprietary patented packaging methods, our tube plants can survive in their packaging from to 8 to 16 weeks depending on species. They are the best way to add established healthy live plants to any aquarium.
Anubias Nana Plant
A cultivar of Anubias barteri, the Anubias nana plant is one of the strongest aquarium plants available. Anubias nana care is easy and straightforward, making the plant a fantastic choice for aquarists of all skill levels. With its attractive, dark green leaves that grow in clumps, this hardy plant is excellent for foreground and midground use
|Scientific name:||Anubias nana|
|Lighting:||Low to medium|
|Suррlеmеntѕ:||Balanced water соlumn fеrtіlіzеrѕ with iron, trасе, and potassium|
|Prораgаtіоn:||Rhіzоmе division, seed, lеаf сuttіng|
About Anubias Nana
Anubias nana care is minimal. The plant grows well in tanks with low lighting and doesn’t require CO2 to thrive. The Anubias nana plant grows slowly, which makes it a great option for any size tanks. However, it’s important to check for algae growth on the leaves, which can accumulate due to the plant’s slow growth. When immersed, the plant matures faster.
If the plant develops branches, remove them and replant them. If it doesn’t produce branches, cut the rhizome into two equal sections, and let them float until roots form. After roots develop, tie the sections to a piece of wood or stone, making sure not to bury the roots until the rhizome forms.
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