|Country of Origin||Africa - Cameroon|
|Height||2 - 6 inches|
|Width||8 + cm|
|Lighting conditions||very low - medium|
|Temperature||68 - 86° f|
|Water Hardness||very soft - very hard|
|PH||5.5 to 9|
Anubias nana is a small residual attractive plant that should be in every pool. It thrives under all conditions and is tied up on a rock or a root very nicely. You will grow as they are fixed with a nylon cord. It flowers frequently under water and will not be eaten because of its bitterness of perch or other herbivorous fish.
Plants are young with a average of 5-8 stems each.
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Sturdy enough for Nerite snails to climb on, too.
What a perfect specimen. I really like this plant. I have always passed these up in aquarium shops because they look moth eaten. This one is dead perfect. It has a huge rhizome with a couple of kick stands! Thanks Ron!
I got a couple of these for my shrimp tank and I was pleasantly surprised when they came in. They were in beautiful, healthy condition and are so low maintenance I sometimes forget they're real! I was so happy I turned around and bought three more and the shrimp are just loving them. Thank you for such a quality product!
I requested a small to medium-sized specimen of this plant, and that's exactly what I received! It was the perfect size to use in my 5-gallon betta tank. The plant arrived healthy with a good strong root structure; I had no problem planting it whatsoever, and it looks great. Thanks so much Ron!
This came in such healthy, beautiful shape. if I were to buy this plant again I won't hesitate to get it here. Just lovely. And huge!
I ordered 3 of these and they were all in great shape! One even had a flower. They look great in my tank!
Received a very healthy looking plant at a great price, no complaints!
The plants look real good. No brown leaves
Was very happy to receive such great looking plants at such a reasonable price. The 5-8 leaves are NOT tiny either. They quickly settled into my brackish tank and freshwater without a fuss. I'm even using one as a floating plant for a while--the nerite snails love to clean the roots. And the roots were looong enough I had to prune them considerably to fit them on their rocks! Very reasonable shipping charges.