Anubias hastifolia also has longer stalks than other smaller members of the Anubias genus. The combination of long stems and unique leaves gives this plant a more pronounced look when placed amidst other plants in the aquarium mid-ground. Like other Anubias plant species, this variety is hardy, relatively undemanding, and robust under ideal growing conditions.
Propagation is relatively easy with cuttings. To ensure optimal growth if planted in the substrate, however, ensure the rhizome of divided plants is always above the substrate.
Hardiness: Very Easy
Light Needs: Low to high
Plant Structure: Rhizome
Size: up to 12" tall
Growth Rate: Slow
You are buying one rooted or potted (choose from the drop-down menu) plant that will have 4 or more leaves and is approx. 7" tall.
You can plant Anubias on driftwood, between rocks, or aquarium decorations. You can also plant them in your substrate but make sure you do not plant any of the rhizomes in your substrate, only the roots that come off the rhizome. Please go here for more information on planting