Lacy fronds and a classic texture, they are great for any home
HOW TO GROW FERN HOUSEPLANTS
Ferns are some of the most beautiful houseplants. They grow best in medium to bright light, but do not like direct sun as it may get a sunburn. Ferns are very tropical and love moist soil and high humidity. But don’t over-water because that will cause root rot. Overall ferns are fairly easy to grow and will add a bit of intrigue to your home.
Give your fern bright, indirect sunlight. No direct sun, which can scorch the fronds. Give the pot a quarter turn each week for even growth.
Keep soil evenly moist. Water the potting mix, not the center of the rosette, otherwise it can easily rot. Water less in winter when growth is slower. Yellow fronds are often a sign of over-watering.
Ferns like average warmth between 65-75°.
Ferns likes moist air. If the relative humidity drops below 50%, use a humidity tray or cool-mist room humidifier to add moisture to the air around the fern. Brown leaf tips are a sign of dry air.
IS IT PET FRIENDLY?
Like most houseplants, ferns are mildly toxic if eaten. They may cause some discomfort and vomiting when eaten. Keep away from animals and children.
Fern houseplants are easily one of the most loved houseplant. Mainly because of the huge variety available and that they are among the most beautiful. They have lacy fronds and a classic texture that work great in any home design. Ferns look wonderful when mixed together but also can look great combine with almost any houseplant. Come on by City Floral Garden Center and check out the huge selection of ferns.
BIRD'S NEST FERN
Bird Nest Fern is one of the easiest types of ferns to grow indoors. This tropical native is fast-growing and will live for many years with good care. Great for places with high humidity like a kitchen or bathroom.
The kangaroo fern is a fun plant with shiny, dark green fronds that aren’t as finely divided as most ferns. It creeps along the soil with fuzzy stems that can droop over the sides of its pot. Great for places with high humidity like a kitchen or bathroom.
An exceptionally lovely houseplant, maidenhair fern offers divided fronds with a pleasant arching habit. You’ll love it!
Staghorn fern is one of the most unusual varieties of ferns. It’s often grown on a piece of wood and hung on a wall, where its fronds grow out and look dramatically like antlers. Because it doesn’t need soil, water staghorn fern by misting or soaking it.
Australian Tree Fern
Australian tree fern features large green leaves accented with bronze-brown hairs on the bottom. As it grows, it develops a trunk and a tree-like habit. A great plant that can go outside in spring and summer and inside during the colder months.
Asparagus densiflorus 'Myers'
This unusual perennial adds textural contrast to beds and borders. Long, upright, plume-like stems hold soft, needle-like leaves. Develops red ornamental berries in fall. An excellent choice for containers inside your home.
This delicate fern is beloved by houseplant collectors for its perfectly heart-shaped leaves. Deep green and shiny, the 2-4″ leaves grow on short fuzzy stems. The dwarf growth habit of the Heart Fern makes it a perfect choice for small spaces.
The asparagus fern isn’t exactly a common houseplant, but with its feathery, light foliage, it’s quite attractive and can be successfully grown indoors. Great for places with high humidity like a kitchen or bathroom. Perfect choice for containers and hanging baskets.
Pteris cretica 'Mayii'
Brake fern, also called table fern, is an excellent houseplant with variegated fronds and a medium growth rate. Perfect for any table top or shelf in a bathroom or kitchen.
Silver Lace Fern
Pteris ensiformis 'Evergemiensis'
This elegant houseplant is one of the most beautiful around. It has finely divided fronds cheerfully variegated in silvery white. Great for places with high humidity like a kitchen or bathroom.
Bird's Foot Fern
Pteris cretica 'Rowerii'
The Rowerii fern is most commonly known as the Bird’s Foot fern. With branched, divided fronds, Rowerii fern has a distinctive look. Perfectly fits in contemporary homes and offices.
Variegated TABLE Fern
Variegated brake fern is a beautiful selection that has long, narrow fronds with silvery-white centers. Great for places with high humidity like a kitchen or bathroom.
Pteris cretica 'Wimsettii'
This cute brake fern has heavily branched and crested fronds, making it stand out from the others. It’s the perfect choice if you like unusual houseplants and want to complete your collection.
Black Rabbit's Foot Fern
Black rabbit’s foot fern shows off finely divided fronds and fuzzy gray-brown rhizomes that creep along the top of the soil or cascade over the edge of the pot.
Bear Paw Fern
Bear paw fern offers thick, leathery, dark green fronds and has a coarser texture than many of its cousins. It’s quite a dramatic houseplant and the perfect addition to your houseplant collection.
Blue Star Fern
Phlebodium aureum mandaianum
Blue star fern is vigorous and easy to grow. It produces blue-green fronds with ruffled edges that give the plant it’s dramatic look.
White Rabbit's Foot Fern
White rabbit’s foot fern is a fun variety that has dark green, divided leaves with fuzzy gray stems that look like cute little rabbit’s feet. Great for places with high humidity like a kitchen or bathroom.
Snake Leaf Ferns
The snake leaf fern is a rare houseplant. With its leathery texture and dark green leaves this houseplant is a must for every houseplant collector. Great for medium to low light areas of your home or office.
Holly fern is a charming woodland fern that develops stiff, upright branches of green, leathery fronds. This shade garden charmer grows about 2 feet tall. Perfect for outside during sping and summer and a great houseplant in the winter.
KIMBERLY QUEEN FERN
Bold and beautiful, Kimberly queen fern is easy to grow. The dark green fronds are perfect for adding tropical texture to shaded decks, patios, and other outdoor living areas. It’s particularly striking in large containers as a specimen plant. Great for outdoors in spring and summer.
HOUSEPLANTS TO PAIR WITH fern PLANTS
SANSEVIERIA – Sansevierias are easy to grow and is nearly indestructible; they will thrive in either very bright light or almost dark corners of the house. An ideal container plant, it is excellent in a grouping and will grow equally well on the floor or on tabletop displays. Perfect for any office building or home with little of florescent lighting.
PHILODENDRONS – Philodendrons are the classic houseplant that nearly everyone has encountered at some point in their life. It’s practically a no-fail houseplant because of how easy it is to take care of. You can grow philodendrons just about anywhere. They can be grown in a hanging basket, up a trellis, or simply a standard pot.
DRACAENA – Dracaenas are houseplants you can’t go wrong with because there are about 120 different varieties and they are all easy to grow and take care off. They also come in a variety of sizes to fit any area of the home or office.
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