My sister recently bought an Anubias plant for her frog tank. She's not known for doing her research or taking the best care of living things so I usually check up on the frog daily. She never forgets to feed him but I'm usually the one cleaning out the tank. Today I noticed the plant had lost a few leaves and was turning brown and starting to die. I don't have any experience with Anubias so I did a quick google search and found out that the lighting in the tank is not sufficient and they require fertilizer. My sister is willing to give me the plant so yay!
I'm going to be moving it to the 5 gallon with Poseidon as that gets just about the right lighting and his tank is looking a little bare plant-wise.
What is the best fertilizer to buy? How can I save the plant now that it has started to die? And any other helpful tips you have to offer! Thank you.