Anubias hastifolia

  • Stock: 10 units in stock
  • Dimensions: Up to 80cm
  • Model: P2020140
  • Origin: Africa
Price:
£6.99
Qty :

Qty Discounts Off Price
1-2
£6.99
3-4
£6.29
5+
£5.94
Suggested Position
Skills Required
Temperature RequirementsCO2 RequirementsLighting Requirements

Description

Anubias hastifolia is a very distinctive plant, with long stalks and a unique leaf base. Mature leaves form arrow shaped blades that cannot be seen whilst the plant is still juvenile. This particular plant is easily satisfied and can reach up to 80cm in height in the right aquarium, although leaves that are to large can be removed easily.

Originating from Western Africa, Anubias flourish in semi-shaded areas. Growing best when attached to wood or rock.

by Ian D. on 13/2/2021

A bit smaller than others that I have ordered in the past neverthe less still growing very well.Ihave yet to be disappointed with any plants from aquaessentials and have filled my 240 ltrs tank exclusively from them.

by Elliot L. on 5/1/2021

Great plant, easy to care for. Arrived in top condition, with really healthy leaves looks great in my tank!

by Marcus T. on 18/12/2020

These plants arrived in fantastic condition and extremely well packed. All fantistic specimens. This was my first order and will be definitely coming back again.

by Babs B. on 16/12/2020

have bought plants the 3rd time from this supplier. plants are healthy and grow well. in my mind good value to money. can recommend

by Sandra P. on 15/12/2020

Great plant, good size

by Brian C. on 15/12/2020

Plants arrived very well packed and are superb. Make an awesome display. Just hoping my fish don’t destroy them as have taken a liking to previous one. So far so good. ????

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Guest
How big is this plant at the minute

 
Staff

Around 15cm


 
Guest
how fast do they grow?

 
Staff

All anubias are slow growing. 1 leaf per month.


 
Guest
Can you split this for planting or is it a singular specimen

 
Staff

Single specimen


 
Guest
Can this be planted in sand ?. And will it take the heat of a discus aquarium 30-31 degrees

 
Staff

If you don't bury the rhyzome yes. Temperature is fine.



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