Anubias Afzelii (Afzelli) (Hardy Mid- Ground Freshwater Aquarium Plant)
We need to thank our plant friend Adam Afzelius for finding this sucker... SUPER HARDY and UNIQUE ANUBIAS.
This is one of the MOST BULLET PROOF PLANTS I sell. It has narrower leaves than Anubias Nana, and a sweet RED STEM! This plant prefers a low light environment.
THE GREENHOUSE MANAGER SWEARS ON HIS LIFE THIS IS BY FAR THE EASIEST ANUBIAS TO HANDLE!
You are getting ONE Plant with 3 or 4 leaves.
Ask us with your order to throw in some black wire for FREE so you can tie it to driftwood just like we do. (Put a note in your order comments)
An excellent Foreground or Mid-Ground plant for any aquarium.
Difficulty: Anubias Afzelii is a 1 on the 1-10 scale. 1 being it could grow in a toilet and 10 being it is impossible!
LIghting: This plant enjoys a low light environment.
Extra notes: Most anubias like harder water with a bit more water flow to keep algae off of it.
If you like the look of this one, check this out:
Or contrast it with the deep green of coffeefolia:
My plants arrived in great shape. I received more than I ordered. Customer service is excellent.
After forgetting about the plants for a couple days in my mail box, I finally got them inside and planted and the look amazing. Definitely a hearty plant and look fantastic. They weren’t in the tank but for a couple days and my Angelfish were already laying eggs on them. A+++ as always from Dustin’s fish tanks.
I ordered 2 and received about 6. Another nice addition. Plants are really tall and break the water surface. The leaves kind of droop over a little. Fish enjoy swimming in and out of the leaves
These are great. They’ve been doing great in just the few weeks they’ve been in there. They seem like very sturdy plants and have really started to grab quick. Working out well.
These plants are impressive as is the generosity of Dustin's Fish Tanks. I ordered ten A. afzelii and received well over twenty. Look at the size as they acclimate in a yet-to-be landscaped 75-gallon aquarium! (Note: 8 smaller ones are distributed among two other aquaria). I'll never purchase plants from anyone else. Thanks, Dustin.