Anubias Plant With No Specific Name?

Discussion in 'Plant ID' started by Buganjimo, Apr 22, 2017.

  1. BuganjimoWell Known MemberMember

    So i got the 'assorted anubias' plant from petco (I really only went to my brothers hockey tournament to go to petco bc I am in Canada) and i THINK that it is the congensis type. Would this be right? 0a452c5476225888c9a9f31629c59000.jpgb6e2f56b75788cbe69de401961bb724b.jpgb4d95bcf2260ca59a9f351f009f35a17.jpg2bc9be57024d543af4d04417c8c24e23.jpg and if you can tell me how to plant them that would be nice
  2. Tyler FishmanValued MemberMember

    YOOOthat's so weird!!!! I had the exact same question. I picked up an Anubias in one of those tubes today in petco I had the exact same question on another forum too. Its most likely Anubias Lanceolata
    Last edited: Apr 22, 2017
  3. BuganjimoWell Known MemberMember

    Ok thanks
    (Edit) i just looked it up and it looks the exact same thanks
  4. Tyler FishmanValued MemberMember

    oh to plant them, tie them to driftwood or a rock with string. Do not put the rhizome in substrate (thats the green part where the leaves and roots come from)
  5. BuganjimoWell Known MemberMember

    Oh ok thanks, so just like java fern? (I got some of that too)
  6. Tyler FishmanValued MemberMember

    yep, rhizome plants have similar requirements, roots can planted in the substrate, not the rhizome
  7. BuganjimoWell Known MemberMember

    Ok thanks I'm planting them today