Bucephalandra Brownie Jade (Bucep / Buce plant) is a genus of flowering plants in the family Araceae. There are more than 30 species of Bucephalandra which have been discovered mostly by S.Y. Wong and P.C. Boyce. Most of the species are found in Borneo. Bucephalandra is usually found growing as dense mats over stones or rocks in streams or rivers in a moist tropical forest. The colors of the leaf range from dark blue to green, often with white, yellow, red tinges or spots on the back of the leaves. Bucephalandra grows best when attached to the stone, rock or driftwood.
Sold as a bunched plant, 5+ leaves with a lead weight.
Pictures are not the actual plants you will receive, but a sample representation.
Scientific name: Bucephalandra Common name: Bucep / Buce plants Rank: Genus Higher classification: Schismatoglottideae CO2: Not Required Growth Rates: Slow-Medium Difficulty Level: Beginner Nutrient Substrate: Not Required Lighting Requirements: Low-High