RABBITS FOOT FERN 6" Grower Pot
These beauties are known by the common name Rabbit’s Foot and exist within the Fern family. The rabbit’s foot fern gets its name from the furry rhizomes that grow on top of the soil which resembles a rabbit’s foot. They’re hardier than most ferns and are considered LOW LIGHT HARDY. However, low light doesn’t mean no light. They still need access to some daylight.
LOCATION & LIGHT:
The natural environment for this fern is underneath a tree canopy, so your fern likes diffused bright light. Place your fern near an east or north-facing window or out of any direct rays in south or west-facing exposures.
Rabbit’s Foot ferns prefer a moderate amount of consistent moisture. The operative word here being MODERATE….no indoor plant ever likes being soggy. Allow the top 1"-2" of the soil to dry between waterings. Mist with water often; water is the essence of moisture!
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