Anubias barteri var. glabra

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NOTE: As of 12/11/21 these plants look variegated. It is not guaranteed that they will stay this way, because they have been grown above water. We are currently converting them. 

There are some plants I just don't want to sell. 

I showed my Anubias loving friend Bryan this plant... his reply. "I want it all”

So I didn't put it on the site for while. I also wanted to make sure it would keep its great yellow colors. Well it did. SO here it is!

Check out Anubias Barteri var. glabra.

Why do they call it a Barteri when it looks like a thin leaf minima to me?  Not sure. 

Regardless this stuff is straight FIRE.

Hardy and FULL Portions. You will get ONE pot with enough anubias to break up into about three parts.

We have kept this plants under higher light conditions. (Hey- we have a greenhouse. life is good.)  

We have found this anubias like ALL Anubias likes a tad more waterflow.  DON'T Plant the rhizome down in the substrate or you might kill it.

Grab some. I am not sure how long these will last or if I can get them again.

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New aquarium plant addict
Smaller than expected but healthy and unique

I’m not sure if it’ll stay variegated but I really hope so. It’s so unique looking for an Anubias. Even if the variegation doesn’t continue its very different than the several other varieties I have so I’ll still love it. It was smaller than what I was thinking..compact. But it was a healthy portion and I liked it so much I had I to split up into both of my tanks. The roots were so plentiful it was hard to even see the rhizome so I even questioned if it was the Anubias at first! Only a week so far but it seems to be rooting and staying healthy. Love it and can’t wait to see how it develops

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David D.
Fantastic Plant!

I absolutely love this plant. It looks nothing like your typical anubias. Pointed leaves, great variegation. I only hope it maintains that variegation over time--I realize there's a chance it might not. I also couldn't believe how FULL the plant was. Not just a little slice of rhizome. This was a great full piece!