Good to know-you can cut the rhizome an make more plants-I would wait until you have more growth on the plant and in the mean time I would do some research on best methods to propagate your plant.
On my lily bulbs and apon corms-I cut the leaf and roots away and plant-leaving the bulb and corms to re-grow a new plant.
I got a reply saying that Anubias leaf will not sprout roots, only the rhizome. It would be nice if I could cut the rhizome, since I would like 2 seperate plants, but should I wait until the anubias grows a little more, since I got it from the lps just a month ago and the rhizome is only about 2 inches?
I am not sure if the Anubias leaf will root out or not, I want to say no...but, a lot of my aquatic plants have sprouted roots just from a leaf, but they are stem plants and one of the easiest to propagate.
I would ask Byron-he would know....
As long as the leaf is not actively decaying I would use it as you are and find out yourself if it sprouts roots and tell me...lol.... sorry I couldn't help.....
Hey Oldfishlady! I have a quick question about anubias-
A leaf of one of the anubias plants fell like a month ago and I've just let it float in the tank all this time. It's not rotting or anything and the leaf is still green and looks healthy. I don't want to remove it since Ares is using it as a bed, but I'm just wondering if it will grow into a seperate plant?