Anubias barteri

  • Stock: 16 units in stock
  • Dimensions: up to 30cm
  • Model: p2020105
  • Origin: Africa
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Originating from Cameroon the Anubias barteri is a slow growing plant that has leaves that are different shades of green, from dark to light green in colour and have a waxy, shininess to them.

This small plant will thrive in most conditions and can be grown in a wide range of aquariums. To thrive best it needs to be tied to wood. A lily looking white flower will appear every so often and is a sign of a happy plant.

Plant information:

  • Type: Rhizomatous
  • Origin: Africa
  • Growth rate: Slow
  • Size: 5-15cm +

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by Lyn thomas H.
Fantastic plants in great condition and excellent delivery service and packing good will definitely be ordering again

by Chloe I.
Very healthy plant only been in my tank a short time and looks like it’s producing new growth :)

by Chloe I.
Arrived healthy and perfect size for my tank

by Gillian S.
This one is doing well, quietly expanding to provide shade in the tank. Another of my 'go-to' plants, thank you! The prompt delivery and eco-friendly packaging clearly ensure that it doesn't suffer in transit either.

by Monika K.
Amazing quality the plant is healthy and growing strong

by Anne C.
Like the rest of my order I'm really pleased with the quality of this plant. It's doing well in my tank and is sturdy enough to withstand rough goldfish.

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watts per Lt


all anubias require very low lighting to thrive

Noted the above - I’m not sure of my Watts per litre figures but I have an LED lighting strip on my Jewel Trigon 190l tank. Would this plant still be ok or is my lighting likely to be too bright?


They do prefer low light so just keep the intensity moderate 

Can these be grown in a water based terrarium?



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