Bucephalandra 'Green Wavy' is usually a slow growing, sometimes flowering plant found in Borneo. It is a undemanding plant in most scenarios, the most vibrant and large growth can be exhibited when using CO2 injection, high light, and good water movement although it can be kept with minimal fertilization and light.
Like many other Bucephalandra varieties, Green Wavy grows extremely slow taking months to grow additional leaves along its rhizome. Just like Java Fern and Anubias plants, to propagate you must cut the rhizome and attach it to rocks and driftwood.
You will receive a random piece of Bucephalandra 'Green Wavy', will usually contain a minimum of 3-4 leaves.