Ferns belong to the Family Lomariopsidaceae. It is the most popular of all Nephrolepis with long attractive tiny leaves grown indoors, and proper Boston fern care is essential to keeping this plant healthy. It is an air-purifying plant that requires very little care. This lush plant radiates health and is a jewel for every interior
How To Care
Light: A location where the plant gets at least two hours of indirect sunlight per day, preferably in the morning or late afternoon, is ideal Boston fern won’t tolerate bright sunlight or total shade
Water: It is important to keep the root ball moist at all times. This may mean watering twice a week or daily in hot weather. The frequency will change depending on the temperature and moisture in your home.
Fertilizer: Feed the fern with liquid or slow-release pellets during the growing season.
Temperature: Optimal temperature above 21 degrees celsius.
Potting: Needs repotting during spring once every 2 years.
Pruning: Need to be trimmed regularly. Remove dead fronds and occasionally rotate the plant to keep it growing ev