Bucephalandra Brownie Phoenix is a beautiful species of Bucephalandra that offers iridescent, brownish-green pops of color. Its varying hues provide lovely contrast and its slightly ruffled leaves provide texture to a planted aquarium tank. Bucephalandra Brownie Phoenix looks best when placed in the mid-ground of planted aquarium tanks along with other Bucephalandra species that are similar in size.
This aquatic plant prefers low to medium lighting and will grow nice and dense if favorable conditions are provided. CO2 injection along with a good maintenance schedule will promote quicker, more robust growth. The stem and rhizome should not be covered when planting as this will cause the plant to rot and wither. It is best to attach or wedge Bucephalandra on or between aquarium hardscapes such as aquarium driftwood and aquascaping rocks.
|Common Name||Buce Brownie Phoenix|
|Lighting||Low to Medium|
|Suggested Placement||Attach to wood or stone|
Our potted plants are kept under strict fertilizer dosing regimes and are provided with CO2 injection in their holding tanks.
Shipping, Returns and Refunds
Live plants are shipped Monday - Friday for all west coast orders. For all remaining states, live plants will only be shipped Monday through Wednesday and Friday to ensure they arrive at your doorstep 100% healthy.
Rimless aquariums will be shipped throughout the week via UPS or Fedex Ground. For more information, please visit our FAQ page.
Hard goods can be returned up to 14 days after receipt of purchase. Buyer is responsible for return shipping.
Due to its nature, we are unable to accept returns for live plants. In the unlikely event you are unsatisfied in any way, please contact us ASAP. We provide 100% DOA (Dead On Arrival) protection.
To be eligible for a refund/store credit, please contact us within 12 hours of receiving it and provide a photo of the item in its original packaging.
No worries, we’ll take care of everything as long as it fits the guidelines above.
Most answers to general questions can be found on our FAQ page.