Anubias Barteri Golden Coin (Tissue Culture Pot)

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Description

Anubias Nana Gold Coin

The Anubias Nana Golden Coin is a unique addition to your aquarium or planted tank. With its stunning golden leaves and distinct coin shape appearance, this plant will add a touch of elegance and flair to your aquatic oasis.

This variant of the popular Anubias Plant has much larger leaves that have a tint of Gold colour along with a more rotund shape , leaves can grow up to 8 cm. This plant can be positioned in the mid-ground of most tanks and would make a striking addition to a large aquarium. Perfect for beginners, this undemanding plants is easy to care for and grow. Anubias Barteri Golden Coin is tolerant of a wide range of water conditions and is able to be used in both aquariums and terrariums.

Anubias Nana Golden Coin is a flowering plant that is most decorative when attached to stones or roots. Like other Anubias it should be attached with fishing line or glue until it gains a hold. If planted in the bottom, do not cover the rhizome as this may cause the plant to rot and die. An ideal plant for miniature landscapes in small aquariums but will also attract attention in larger aquariums.

They have low to medium light requirements and can benefit from regular fertilization. CO2 is not necessary but can promote faster growth and more robust leaves. Since it’s a slow grower, the leaves are susceptible to algae growth if placed under high lighting. Propagation is easy and straightforward; simply cut or pull apart rhizomes to be replanted.

Tissue culture plants are grown in vitro from a state of the art laboratory specialized in propagating aquatic plants. This means you can enjoy strong and healthy plants free from pests and diseases from the start.

   

Plant Info:

  • Type: Rhizome
  • Family Name: Araceae
  • Origin: West Africa
  • Care: Easy
  • Light demand: Low to Moderate
  • CO2 : Low
  • Growth rate: Slow
  • Height (cm): 5 – 15
  • Propagation: Cut rhizomes