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    george
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    I have a lot of anubias in my tank, but not enough wood to stick them all onto it. Currently, I have one floating around freely and doing fine, and another one planted in the substrate, which is also doing fine. I found a piece of rhizome (i believe it’s called rhizome) with roots growing from it but no leaves and I was wondering if leaves were going to come out of it or if I could just dump it.

    The rhizome itself is barely 1cm long but the roots reach 6-7cm.

    Anyone know?

    #352126

    KittyKat
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    I’ve had leaves grow from pieces that small as long as they had a node on them. Anubias are valuable plants. If you don’t want any more, then why don’t you offer the piece for free to someone?

    #352142

    ShadowMac
    Member

    You can also tie anubias to small stones. I use small lava rock that I purchased from a local garden supply store. A large bag was very inexpensive.

    #352278

    Catre
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    @george said:
    I have a lot of anubias in my tank, but not enough wood to stick them all onto it. Currently, I have one floating around freely and doing fine, and another one planted in the substrate, which is also doing fine. I found a piece of rhizome (i believe it’s called rhizome) with roots growing from it but no leaves and I was wondering if leaves were going to come out of it or if I could just dump it.

    The rhizome itself is barely 1cm long but the roots reach 6-7cm.

    Anyone know?

    Sell them on ebay!

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