These are my experiences...
I've been keeping this plant for years. It can survive in moderate lighting but does much better in strong lighting. It seems to do especially well if very small amounts of calcium are added to the water...even in a low light tank. I read this a few months ago and so far it seems to be true. It needs to be trimmed and the trimmings can be planted. It does best when left floating or weighed down slightly. Don't completely bury the bottom or it'll rot. Let it anchor on it's own.
"Coffee Leaf" Anubias-
I think I kept this plant, hehe. It was a looong time ago. It was in a low-light tank and did very well. I didn't use fertilizer either...
This plant was doing well until it suddenly died for no reason. It might've been the heat? I don't know since I was out of town. It was in a well-lit tank with fertilizer and liquid carbon.
I had this plant for six or seven months. My fish enjoyed nibbling on it, haha. But it grew very tall and did great in my high-lighting tank. It didn't survive a move to another tank and I no longer have it.
This is an extremely hardy plant that can survive in almost any tank. Mine is in a tank without any form of lighting
. I add fertilizer but not liquid carbon. It's attached to a rock...I don't recommend burying the roots in the substrate.
I kept this plant but it didn't do very well. I'm wondering if maybe it had been originally grown out of water. I dunno. It was in a tank with plain gravel so that might've been the issue. Then again, it died when I was on vacation so who knows
. Either way, keep it in a tank with good lighting and a plant substrate and/or fertilizer. CO2 or liquid carbon would be good as well.
This plant can survive in most conditions...just tie it to a piece of driftwood or a rock.