MrGrieves Posted February 19 Share Posted February 19 (edited) I have this pair of anubias plants that are about 5 years old. The driftwood that they were attached to has basically disintegrated so I am going to attach them to a new piece. As you can see the rhizome on each has grown quite long. Most of the length of each no longer has stems/leaves although there are lots of roots. Can I cut the rhizomes back without harming the plant or is it better to leave them intact? If I do trim off a portion, is the bare portion spent or can I encourage new growth somehow? Thanks! Edited February 19 by MrGrieves formatting 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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