Bucephalandra Green Broad Leaf is a beautiful species of Bucephalandra. It features wider, rounded leaves with slightly wrinkled edges. Bucephalandra Green Broad Leaf can be attached to hardscape material such as stones and driftwood or inserted into cracks between an aquascape. This plant is a very slow grower and sprouts new leaves from long, thin rhizomes. It can be propagated by cutting the rhizome and attached to driftwood and rocks using super glue gel or thread.
|Botanical name||Bucephalandra Green Broad Leaf|
|Usage||Epiphyte (grown on hardscape), Midground|
|pH value||5 - 8|
|Temperature||55 - 86°F|
|Hardness||0 - 21°dKH|
You are buying a rooted plant that will have four or more leaves.
Bucephalandra Green Broad Leaf should be treated like most anubias and tied or glued to driftwood or rocks if you would like to plant in your substrate plant, only the roots, Not the plant or rhizome itself in your substrate. Planting this plant too deep can cause it to melt.