Plant Care Instructions*
Wart fern: the unique, deep green foliage of this fern is rubbery and smooth to the touch, almost like a fake plastic plant feels.
Foxtail fern are fern-like plants have arching plumes of tightly packed, needle-like leaves that look soft and delicate. Foxtail fern plants bloom with white flowers and produce red berries.
Asparagus fern: the frilly, feathery asparagus fern plant appears soft and fuzzy, but when taking care of asparagus ferns you may be surprised to find they have thorny spurs. Wear gloves when tending.
A brightly lit spot without direct sunshine is suggested. A small amount of morning sun is not a problem, and will actually help your fern to grow well. Ferns do very well in low light conditions.
Ferns love to remain moist at all times and never want to dry out. Drainage is recommended to prevent the soil from becoming water-logged
Any high quality, natural potting soil will work very well. Drainage is suggested for Ferns, to prevent them from becoming water-logged and rotting.
Peat-based soils, mixed with perlite is also a great suggestion .
If you feel the need to, you can use a balanced houseplant fertilizer once a month, or every other week in the summer. Fertilizing is only truly necessary if the soil conditions are poor.
* Standard care recommendations - you may need to adjust based on your home or office environment.
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