Anubias Nana (Dwarf Anubias) is the second smallest species of anubias. Very high in demand, this plant is indigenous to Africa but farmed all over the globe. It is extremely hardy and great for beginners as it can adjust to a big range of water parameters. This is a plant that can be grown in the mid-ground of any aquarium, but does best when attached to rocks, driftwood, or decoration.
This unique plant has green, round leaves that only grow to about 3".
It is easily propagated by simply cutting the rhizome and attaching it to another surface/rock.
Very easy to grow and propagate;
Rhizome can be attached anywhere;
Provides great shelter for smaller fish and inverts.