Anubias Nana ‘Pinto’ is a plant that was derived from the Anubias barteri Nana line. It was discovered in Europe in the 2000s and it got propagated across the world. It is a very easy plant to grow and propagate due to the nature of it’s rhizomes. Other varieties that it is included are the white version.
Historically this was thought to be a disease and the leaves was cut off the plant to prevent the disease from spreading. However it was later discovered that it was a mutation and thus the plant was propagated. It looks remarkably different from it’s nana due to colours of the leaves.
What are the requirements?
Anubias Nana ‘Pinto’ requires medium hardness and slightly acidic water at around pH 6.5-7.0.
It needs strong lighting however too strong a light may kill the plants so it is advisable to allow only 10 hours of light per day.
The plant needs moderate level of fertiliser as well.
How High Does it grow?
The plant grows to around 2-6 inches or 5-15cm tall.
It is naturally a very slow growing plant.
How does it grow?
Anubias Nana ‘pinto’ can be grown submersed or it can be grown emersed.
PLEASE NOTE THE PLANT VARIATION HERE ARE OF THE PLANT ITSELF