CROCODILE FERN 6" Grower Pot
The Crocodile Fern, sometimes known as an alligator fern, a crocodylus fern or a crocodile plant, is a fern with an unusual texture. The fern gets its name from the scale like appearance of its leaves which also makes it an appealing houseplant for fern lovers.
LOCATION & LIGHT:
LOW-BRIGHT INDIRECT: Good for all exposures-North, East, South, West
Most ferns grow best in medium to bright light, but shielded from direct sun, especially during the hottest part of the day. If ferns get too much light, the leaves can suffer from sunburn and have a bleached look.
Water most ferns enough to keep the soil moist, but not wet or soggy. Like most houseplants, ferns will rot if they're kept too wet for too long.
Keep ferns healthy and beautiful by providing them with average to above-average relative humidity levels. Mist often!
Plants and pots sold separately!