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Birds nest fern


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These attractive foliage plants are very easy to look after and will do well in a range of indoor conditions.
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Fresh in for the new season and looking fabulous. These easy going ferns are bang on trend and will do well in a kitchen, bathroom or any spot out of direct sunlight. Choose from 3 fabulous varieties this week, birds nest ferns, ribbon ferns and emerald feather ferns using the drop down.
25cm tall including 1L pot
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Hiba, Aug 10
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Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

A super range of easy-care ferns.

Ferns like bright light but won’t do well in direct sunlight as this will scorch their leaves or needles. They also like humidity, so an east facing bathroom or kitchen window, is perfect but anywhere with bright light is good, just remember to mist it regularly if needed. Alternatively, you can pop in onto a tray of pebbles, half filled with water.

Choose somewhere that is fairly warm for your fern too - a room that stays above 10°C is ideal.

Water regularly to keep the compost moist, but not sodden - your fern doesn’t like its roots to be too dry or too wet. How often you need to water will depend on how warm and bright the room is. For example, in the winter when the plant is resting, you will probably only need to water once or twice a week at most. If the soil is sodden, wait a day or 2. In the summer it may need watering 3 or 4 times a week, but let the soil moisture be your guide.

Although they don’t need a lot of feed a weak solution of plant food once a month or so in the summer months will keep your fern’s needles or leaves nice and healthy.

Future care – repot in spring, but only if pot bound.

Problem Solving

Browning needles or leaves is a sign that the plant needs more humidity. Mist regularly, or pop in onto a tray of pebbles, half filled with water.

NOTE: The emerald feather ferns can cause skin irritations and so it is best to wear gloves when handling, Although they are part of the asparagus family, they are definitely not edible, so keep well away from pets and children.