Common Name | Boston Ferns, Nephrolepsis Exaltata
Boston Ferns have been popular since the Victorian age and continue in popularity – used as a classic house plant or patio plant, they add grace and classic beauty to any home. Ferns enjoy filtered light and moderately moist soil, these evergreen plants have long erect fronds that extend outward from around the plant. Ferns are seedless and flowerless whose true roots form from a rhizome, or underground stem. They naturally propagate from the rhizome and will continue to flourish in a shaded but well sunlit area.
|Plant Name||Boston Fern|
|Light exposure||Bright, Indirect Light|
|Climate||50 – 90 Degrees|
|Watering||Soil must be kept moist and never allowed to dry out|
|Planting tips||Can be used as a bush or hanging basket, preferably indoors or in a well shaded area outdoors but always in bright indirect sunlight|
|Origin||Florida, Mexico, South America and Central America|