Anubias Nana Petite | Potted
Anubias Nana Petite, as its name suggests, is one of the smallest of the anubias species and originates from West Africa. It is a very attractive plant, and due to its small size, ideal for foreground placement in an aquarium. It can be attached to rocks, wood, and other hard surfaces (when planting, be sure not to cover the rhizome). The plant produces small, round deep green leaves that are sturdy enough to withstand boisterous fish. When the plant is "happy" it will flower, producing white or yellowish flower stalks.
Care Guide for Anubias Nana Petite
Like most anubias plants, anubias nana petite is a hardy and adaptable aquarium plant that will do well in most water conditions. The plant does not require strong light. However, its growth will be more robust if provided with stronger light and the addition of liquid fertilizers. Under good conditions, Anubias Nana Petite will readily reproduce from side shoots or by dividing the rhizome.
- Minimum Lighting Required: Low
- Temperature Range: 69-86°F
- Tank Placement: Foreground
Anubias can be planted in the substrate but care must be taken not to bury the plant's rhizome. Anubias are epiphyte plants and look great when attached to rocks or wood. You can also check out our anubias grown on lava rock or driftwood.
Plants at Modern Aquarium
We work hard to bring you healthy and beautiful plants in every order. While the photos on our website are just examples of what you will receive, we do examine each plant in person before shipping it to you. If you have any questions about what to expect from your order, how to plant your new specimen, or the best starter plants for your tank, reach out to us any time!
It came in a super high quality condition it has been a week so far but it's already settled in my tank
Anubias nana petite
I got two of these cool little guys, freed them from their pots and planted them in a 20-gallon aquarium. They're already growing, though obviously they won't grow too much. Real sharp-looking plants and very healthy so far.