- Easy to Grow
- Coffee-Colored New leaves
- Low Light
Anubias Coffeefolia is a variant of Anubias barteri that is known for its wavy, oblong-shaped leaves which initially appear as a brownish-bronze (coffee) color and eventually turn a deep green. Anubias Coffeefolia's unique leaves give the plant its name and make it an eye-catching accent for your aquarium.
Anubias Coffeefolia thrives under low light and is fairly slow-growing. Its rhizome will grow across your tank as it sends stems and leaves up towards your source of light.
All plants from my order came quickly and super healthy! It's been a few weeks now since my purchase and everything is doing fine and already seeing new growth on the coffeefolia as well as the other anubius I purchased
This is the 1st time I've had this particular variety and like it mixed in with my other varieties because of the different texture it adds. I look forward to seeing it settle in and give me more new leaves for the protection they add for fry.
I ordered several plants, but sadly my package got lost. I later found out that my delivery drivers were having issues, since they did not feel like going directly to my house. I was freaked out a bit, but Aquarium Coop helped me get a new set of plants!! I was able to set up a system with the post office so they wouldn't deliver, and I can just pick up the items to prevent another loss. All the plants exceeded my expectations, and came really quickly! I was worried since it was the same week I had to get my new fish, and wanted the plants installed on time. They were beautifully packaged, moist, and extremely healthy. Every single one of them is alive and well, and growing fast!! The coffeefolia isn't really supposed to be buried and supposed to be attached to an item, but I couldn't find the perfect rock, or wood. So, I planted it next to a rock 3/4th buried and accidentally chopped off a leaf. Despite this, the plant is doing wonderful and grown quite a lot with new leaves forming and the older leaves getting slightly larger. So far, my new first goldfish, hasn't even tried to eat or ruin the plants. The plants do not seem to mind the fish spitting dirt on them either! However she has tried sucking up the moss plant to no avail, but has spread the newer growth around the tank. Which has started to create more plants in harder to reach areas!! I will one hundred percent get plants from this site in the future!
My favorite anubias! Doing great in my 6 gallon tank
Plant arrived in good shape!