- - anubius question
|wannalearn ||02-06-2012 07:10 PM |
here is a dumb question, are all varieties of anubius able to grow on your drift wood or other hard surface..Anubias Congensis is what i am looking at, but havent heard of it planted this way..
|ReefTrooper ||02-07-2012 05:24 AM |
They can grow both in the aquarium substrate and can be attached to driftwood or rocks, where their root system will gradually take hold of these harder surfaces.
|rjwwrx ||02-07-2012 10:55 AM |
Be careful if you plan to plant it in the substrate, as this could cause the rhizome to rot. I would make sure you have as much of the rhizome exposed as possible.
|MinaMinaMina ||02-07-2012 12:06 PM |
Yup, it appears that all anubias varieties have rhizomes and therefor do better with it above substrate level. Good luck, its a lovely plant!
|wannalearn ||02-07-2012 01:33 PM |
yes i want it on the drift wood, and maybe on a pile o little boulders, i just wasnt sure if 'all' anubius was able to plant this way... thanks..
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