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anubias nana on driftwood (pics)

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Got some anubias anna from petsmart today and attached it with rubber bands to a piece of driftwood. i hope it survives.

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That plant definitely will survive. It is very durable. Just once of 10-15 days put in water some plant food.

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Anubuas are the only plant that survives my Goldie monster. They have very tough, beautiful leaves! :D

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Mine still somehow manage to nom the leaves, but it's a tough little plant. :)

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It should live! c:
Just make sure the rubberbands are not too tight, as it will make the plant melt.

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LOL these are actually in my Oscar tank. But I shared anyways.

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looks good :) I also use rubber bands like suggested make sure they are not to tight

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Very nice! My oscar is pulling my giant anubias apart lol but I love him too much to remove it.

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Very nice! My oscar is pulling my giant anubias apart lol but I love him too much to remove it.

Haha... aww...

I guess it's plastic plants for him!

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They are pretty hardy plants, so I think they will do just fine! :D

:Congrats:

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I think it's probably better to use cotton strings than rubber bands as they are not as tight and leaving a rubber band in aquarium water probably isn't ideal. Cotton is a more fish-friendly material than rubber.

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Fishing line FTW! clear and strong :lol2

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My silver dollars ate the leaves. I moved the plant to a shower caddy attached to the side of my tank. I hope it recovers.

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My silver dollars ate the leaves. I moved the plant to a shower caddy attached to the side of my tank. I hope it recovers.

Are you now growing it emersed? If it's not submerged, you'll want to make sure the leaves remain moist and do not dry out.

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