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2 Fern Variety Pack

2 Fern Variety Pack

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Description: Ferns are popular for their lush, feathery foliage and their ability to add a touch of greenery to shaded areas. They come in various shapes and sizes, with some featuring delicate fronds and others boasting large, leathery leaves.

🌿 Botanical Name: Various genera and species within the Polypodiophyta division (commonly referred to as Ferns)

🐾 Pet Warning: Generally non-toxic to cats and dogs. Most fern varieties are safe for pets, but always check the specific type of fern as some can be toxic.

💧 Care Level: Moderate. Ferns require attention to their moisture and humidity needs but can be very rewarding with the right care.

📏 Approximate Size: Size can vary greatly depending on the variety, with some ferns staying small and delicate, while others can grow several feet tall and wide.

🌞 Light: Prefers indirect, moderate to low light. Bright, direct sunlight can scorch the fronds.

💧 Water: Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Water when the top inch of soil feels slightly dry. Ferns are sensitive to chlorine and fluoride, so rainwater or filtered water is ideal.

💦 Humidity: Requires high humidity to thrive. A bathroom with a shower or a kitchen can provide a good environment, or you might use a humidifier or mist the fronds regularly.

🌡️ Temperature: Most ferns prefer cooler temperatures, typically between 60°F to 70°F (15°C to 21°C). Avoid placing ferns near heat sources or in drafty areas.

❄️ Hardiness: Varies by species. Some ferns are quite hardy and can survive outdoors in temperate climates, while others are more delicate and suited for indoor environments.

🌱 Fertilizing: Feed with a balanced, diluted fertilizer during the growing season, typically once a month. Do not fertilize in winter when growth naturally slows.

🔄 Re-potting: Re-pot in spring only when the plant has outgrown its pot or the soil has broken down. Use a rich, organic potting mix that retains moisture yet drains well.

🌱 Propagation: Many ferns can be propagated by division. Separate a mature plant into smaller sections, each with roots and fronds, and repot into individual containers.


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