Anubias barteri var. nana


Spiderwood, also called the red moor root, has now become a real classic in aquatics. The many-branched and filigree root pieces are from Asian rhododendron plants. Overgrown with the dark green Anubias barteri var. nana, they blend naturally and harmoniously into any zone in the aquarium. The underwater landscapes created with the green decorative roots can also be very beautiful in combination with stones - in keeping with the motto "Designing Living Homes".




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Plant profile

Genus: Anubias
Species: barteri var.nana
Family: Araceae
Origin: Africa
Light: medium – low
Temperature: 22-28°C
Growth rate: slow
Area: On wood or rock
Height: up to 5 cm
pH: 5-9
Water hardness: very soft to very hard
Co2: 0-10 mg/l
Propagation: rhizome cuttings