All about ferns.
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Purchased my first ever indoor fern today. Boston fern. She's so beautiful! But!!! I've heard they're REALLY hard to look after so any help or advice is appreciated!
Transplanting these beautiful ferns. Do we have an ID?
I just got a new job and I want to make my office space feel a bit more natural and i thought a few plants would really help. I have some house plants at my home but I thought a fern would be nice for my office as I don't have one at my house. Any suggestions on easier ferns or ones that do well with a bit less natural light? I do have a window but it doesn't give a ton. Thanks for any advice
My fern is sprouting from it's leaves. What should I do with them? Plant them? Keep them on the plant and then what happens? I rescued this fern a year ago and it's thriving but I am a bit lost, my other ferns don't do this. Thanks!
anyone have it? im looking for a little one or spores to sell or share please!
any information is appreciated
Left fern is variegated leatherleaf, middle is ghost fern, no idea about the one on the right. It's a winter hardy fern rescued from a hungry gopher. This is their first year of good growth!
I’d like to get more. The tallest frond is about 4 feet. It’s perennial in NYC suburbs. I spilt these off and transplanted them a few days ago but am wondering if I need to worry about male vs female if i want them to spread
Mounted it 2 weeks ago, been soaking twice a week and misting the leaves but she keeps dropping and browning?
A distinctive character of Cinnamon fern, Osmundastrum cinnamomeum, is the white tuft, seen at the junction of the rachis (stem) and costa (side stem holding pinna).
Cinnamon fern, Osmundastrum cinnamomeum, in its most cinnamon-ness. 😄
Thanks! I cant seem to find it anywhere in stock.