Anubias Nana is a great beginner plant for any tank. You can't kill this plant unless you really go out of your way to do it. Anubias Nana grows by having a horizontal rhizome and producing vertical leaves. When planting Anubias Nana, do not bury the rhizome in your substrate. Only bury the roots, attach to driftwood, or attach to rocks. You can propagate this plant by cutting the rhizome in half and moving the cutting to another area. This will allow both cuttings to keep growing.
Much like other Anubias, Anubias Nana can be easily attached to driftwood or rocks. You can also plant Anubias Nana, however, make sure the horizontal rhizome or stem is above the substrate. It can also be easily propagated by cutting the rhizome into smaller sections. We recommend leaving 2-3 leaves per section.
Care Level: Easy
Lighting Requirement: Low
Co2: Not Needed
Growth Rate: Slow
Origin: North America
Tank Placement: Foreground - Mid-ground
Tank Size: Any size, because Anubias plants grow slowly they are great for any sized aquarium.