Bucephalendra Pygmea red is a farm grown variant of Bucephalandra that has just recently been propagated for in-vitro growth. It has very small leaves that are capable of developing reddish purple tints when grown submerged over a long period of time. Like all Buce, it grows extremely slow and can take around 6 months to fully establish. This plant can be propagated by cutting the rhizome and attaching it to driftwood or rocks using super glue or thread.
|Common Name||Bucephalendra Pygmea red|
|Lighting||Low to Medium|
Attach to wood or stone