Anubias barteri var. caladiifolia

  • Stock: 6 units in stock
  • Model: 101u
  • Origin: Australia
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Anubias barteri var. caladiifolia originates from an Australian tissue propagation laboratory. It is a very beautiful variety with heart-shaped leaves. The leaves live for several years, so Anubias barteri var. caladiifolia can easily form large groups despite its slow growth. A group of Anubias barteri var. caladiifolia growing more than 50 cm wide in a few years is not unusual.

These Anubias are ideal for a 30L cube. Create a gorgeous underwater jungle by combining these Anubias with mosses and ferns.

Plant info:

  • Type: Rhizomatous
  • Origin: Cultivated in Australia
  • Growth rate: Slow
  • Size: 10-15cm +

by Adam L.
Removed a star because the plant looks a bit different to the one pictured. The leaves are much narrower, more spear-head shaped, but otherwise it's great. Super healthy, no trace of pest snails and 2 weeks later seems to be thriving in the aquarium with no melting.

by Gillian S.
This is a lovely miniature version of the Anubias I bought before. They're doing well, and look great. Another good buy!

by Gillian S.
Of all the plants I have tried from you, I think this is the one that really stands out. They are really flourishing and look so healthy. The fishes love to swim in and out of their leaves, and have even taken to hiding among them when they want some quiet time. I think that says it all! Five stars from the fishes!

by Stephen D.
Great plant

by Georgia B.
Arrived the next day it looked very healthy and was the perfect little size. I attached it to my bogwood in my pre cycled tank no fert and within a couple of days there’s already new growth!

by michael h.
very nice plant doing very well cant buy better local

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Plants for Tanganyika fish, ok for Very hard water, Ph8.3 ?? John Liggins ( If not recommend please!!)


You can try it and see how you get on. Most plants want acidic conditions, not alkaline.

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