Anubias nana narrow leaf is a smaller, bushier variant of Anubias. Like other Anubias-species, it is best planted in a shady spot to minimize algae growth on the leaves. Avoid covering the rhizome when planting to keep it from rotting. It can be easily fastened to driftwood or rock with fishing line, thread, or superglue gel. Herbivorous fish do not eat the very tough and robust leaves.
Anubias barteri var. nana was first described by Adolf Engler in 1899 as A. nana. Little is known about the origins of the narrow leaf variant.
Anubias can be propagated by cutting the rhizome into pieces. New growth on cut pieces will begin at one or more leaf nodes so ensure that each piece has at least 3 nodes ideally with leaves as well.
Origin: West Africa
Growth Rate: Slow
Light Demand: Low
Lighting: Low - Medium
pH: 6 - 8
Growth Demands: Easy
Growth Form: Spreading Rhizome
Growth Rate: Slow
Placement: Fore - Midground
Despite spending 5 days in the mail, the anubias nana narrow leaf arrived very healthy thanks to impeccable packaging. They were packed with care in a heat sealed bag, with just enough humidity/moisture to keep the leaves fresh and a heat pack to ensure they didn't freeze in this weather. It's been about 2 weeks now since they have arrived and they're still in great shape, unaffected by their 5 day journey. I must say, I am beyond impressed!
Excellent plant! Arrived in the mail very healthy looking. It is taking root to the log it is tied to after only 4 days so seems to be a good healthy plant .would recommend
The narrow leaves Anubias arrived in good condition and are very nice looking plant. I added them to some driftwood and they seem to be doing well after about a week or so.
Will buy again soon
Nice green small leaves. Strong plant
Fantastic plant. Great size and colour. Very healthy with lots of new growth.
Very happy with the two I received. Beautiful healthy plants, will definitely be ordering again in the future.