Hanging Boston Fern

$40.00

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SKU:PS18012
[ Pot Size: 10'' ]
A favorite for hanging containers, Boston Ferns have lush green foliage and thrives in areas with limited direct sunlight.
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Hanging Boston Fern

Nephrolepsis exaltata

[ Pot Size: 10'' ]
Boston Ferns are characterized by their large sword-shaped fronds that grow as a lush, full mound. Often planted in hanging containers, Boston Ferns are some of the easier ferns to care for. Just keep in bright indirect sunlight and provide consistent water.

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  • Geographic Origin: Tropical regions around the world
  • Features: Pet-friendly
  • Growth Rate: Moderate
  • Great For: Medium Sunlight; Hanging Containers

Plant Care Guide

Light

As houseplants, indirect or filtered light is best. Dappled shade if grown outside.

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Water

Check the soil for dryness at least twice a week if grown indoors. If outside, check daily. Keep soil evenly moist and provide humidity by misting often.

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Level of Care

Needs a little extra care. Just be sure the plant has enough humidity and that it is not in too much sunlight.

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Air Purifying

Boston Ferns remove toxins that can build up in indoor spaces. A general rule of thumb is 1 medium houseplant per 100 square feet of space effectively cleans the air we breathe.

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Fertilizer

Feed with a mild liquid indoor plant fertilizer only a few times a year. Do not fertilize in winter.

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Temperature

Prefers cool and humid climates. Keep above 35°F. Grown outdoors, Boston Ferns are hardy in USDA zones 10-12.

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Soil

Plant in well-draining organic-rich soil.

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Pruning & Propagation

Prune back any yellowed leaves or stems for a tidier appearance. Plants are prone to shedding. To propagate, split plant in spring and repot.

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Pet Friendly

Yes! Boston Ferns are non-toxic if consumed by dogs and cats.