Anubias nana bonzai

  • Stock: 3 units in stock
  • Dimensions: Maximum height 10cm
  • Model: P2020162
  • Origin: Cultivated
Price:
£7.99
Qty :

Qty Discounts Off Price
1-3
£7.99
4-9
£7.19
10+
£6.79
Suggested Position
Skills Required
Temperature RequirementsCO2 RequirementsLighting Requirements

Description

Anubias nana bonzai is known as the smallest of the Anubias family.This robust little plant flourishes when attached to wood, we recommend a wood such as Aquadistri Driftwood. Alternatively show yours off on a nice piece of decorative rock.

Helpful Tip:

Be creative and try growing a mixture of plants on a larger piece of wood. Plants such as Microsorum Pteropus, Java Moss and Anubias Nana Bonsai are easy to tie to the wood and will grow happily.

 

also purchased

 
by James W.
Bought 2 for a 60l tank and managed to split into 7 portions, came in great condition

 
by Russell B.
Fantastic quality. Would highly recommend

 
by Joey G.
Lovely plant. Very healthy when It arrived. A great addition to my planted tank. Would definitely buy this again.

 
by Nathan C.
Arrived in perfect condition, as usual. Very small, it makes barteri petite look big! perfect for those awkward spaces

 
by Sandra C.
Unfortunately the roots were very short on plant kept floating up to top tried to tie to stone but fish ate it all quite disappointed

 
Staff

I recommend using Aqua Fine Line to tie this plant to wood or rock - you won't have any issues with it floating then


 
by Annelies v.
You don't expect sudden miracles from an anubia but tied up with windelov on a piece of wood this looks good!

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Guest
how big does this plant grow?

 
Staff
It stays small, no more than 5cm tall

 
Guest
Hi, will this plant be back in stock this week?

 
Staff

Thursday 


 
Guest
hi, whats the size of the pot the plant comes in? i have a few rocks that i can hide it between, don't want it to be exposed

 
Staff

5cm


 
Guest
What is the postage costs

 
Staff

See footer 


 
Guest
Could I attach these plants to a piece of slate?

 
Staff

Yes



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