Anubias nana: The plant Anubias nana is short and has large leaves. It is an attractive plant with dark green leaves, and it will help keep the water in your tank clean and oxygenated.
For beginners, adding plants to an aquarium can be intimidating because they are yet another thing that needs to be cared for. The good news is that this species is extremely resilient and can withstand most mistakes.
Because it grows slowly, you only need to trim it occasionally to keep it looking good. You can start with a small amount and gradually grow it throughout your tank because it is easy to propagate.
They have thick, dark-green stems and are very sturdy plants. Their most extreme level is around 7.5 inches, yet size can change contingent upon the state of the tank.
Because they are short they can primarily cover the lower levels. Each stem is rooted deep into the substrate, so they rarely float to the surface.
The leaves are dark green and form a teardrop shape when they branch off the stem from the stem.
Each leaf has a cuticle that gives it strength despite its thinness.
This plant occasionally produces a creamy white flower. They can bloom in a paludarium where the plant is only partially submerged, but they can also bloom fully submerged, making them an excellent focal point plant. After blooming, the flowers typically last for two to three months.
- Anubias are tough plants that may grow in a range of conditions.
- These epiphytes can be grown above the ground or attached to a hardscape.