Where does it originate from :
The ferns constitute an ancient division of vascular plants, some of them as old as the Carboniferous Period (beginning about 358.9 million years ago) and perhaps older. In size alone they range from minute filmy plants only 1–1.2 cm (0.39–0.47 inch) tall to huge tree ferns 10 to 25 metres (30 to 80 feet) in height.
How to take care of the Plant :
Boston Fern -
Boston fern care is fundamental to keeping this plant in good nick. Figuring out how to deal with a Boston fern is easy. These ferns need a cool place with high humidity and indirect light making sure that the soil stays damp .If you insure that your fern is getting the right care for Boston fern plant, your plant will live for many years to come.
Birds Nest Fern -
The Birds Nest Fern or Asplenium nidus is a sample of a plant that opposes our assumptions of how a fern ought to appear. This unusual fern makes a wonderful low light easy care plant for the home. Other than light, another critical part of feathered creature's home plant care is its watering. Under ideal conditions, all ferns soil would like to be moist, but not wet. But the bird nest is more forgiving and can withstand occasional droughts of moisture.
Asparagus Ferns -
These plants must be hydrated through misting (lightly spraying the plant with water) on the arching stems to provide humidity to the plant. When you grow asparagus ferns outside in summer, asparagus fern care involves watering, fertilizing to encourage growth and occasionally pruning out dead stems. Asparagus ferns prefer to be pot bound, so yearly division is not needed or desirable.
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