|Water Conditions:||68-86 F, pH 5.5-8.0, KH 3-8|
|Propagation:||Adventitious Shoots, Rhizome Division|
Anubias barteri var. caladiifolia was first described by Adolf Engler in 1915 and originates from West Africa. This is a big hardy plant with lush heart shaped foliage. This plant may reach up to 14 inches with leaves that can be as long as 9 inches and 5 inches wide.this plant develops quite large roots and because of its size, it is recommended to plant it in a large tank. This variety of Anubias barteri is an amphibious form that will survive either totally or partially submersed.
Easy to grow medium light plant. Do not put the rhizome in the substrate when planting as it has the tendency to rot when buried. As with all Anubias sp. it is prone to algae due to slow growth, and is usually left alone by herbivorous fish.
This plant can be propagated by dividing the rhizome or by separating side shoots.