Anubias nana and the Anubias species in general are probably one of my favorite aquarium plants. They are hardy, grow at a moderate rate, and add great depth to a planted aquarium. One of the problems that I find when attaching Anubias to large pieces of driftwood is that in most cases, the plant will attach itself to the wood overtime and you may end up not liking the position of the plant. With no other choice, you will probably have to end up ripping the plant off and re-arrange accordingly.
In this video tutorial, I will show you how you can attach Anubias nana to a small piece of clay pot; you can use small rocks or chunks of driftwood as well. The benefit of attaching Anubias to these objects are that you’re able to arrange the anubias plants around your hardscape as you wish. So instead of attaching Anubias to large pieces of driftwood, just simply use this technique to simply pick and choose your spots.