Baby Plant - Compact Staghorn Fern (Platycerium Netherlands
Pot diameter - 7cm
Growing staghorn ferns is easy. If they get low to medium light and moderate moisture, they will thrive. In fact, whether grown indoors or outside, provide moderate moisture and a humus rich medium when growing staghorn ferns. Outdoor plants should be located in partial shade or low light conditions for the best growth, while indoor plants need bright indirect light
Good staghorn fern care requires frequent watering, but allow the plant medium to dry out in between. Water sparingly, increasing frequency during hot/dry periods
Staghorn ferns are surprisingly cold-hardy, but for optimal growth, the temperature should not be allowed to drop below 50 degrees or above 100 degrees. Staghorn ferns can be placed outdoors when temperatures stay within this range. Be extra careful to keep staghorns out of direct sun and well-watered when hung outdoors. Bring your staghorn fern back inside when temperatures get chilly at night.
Humidity-lover, as many come from tropical rainforests
Monthly applications of a diluted balanced fertilizer during spring and summer. Every other month through fall/winter. Can also fertilize with other methods, but plant produces much of its own nutrition.
According to ASPCA, Staghorn Fern is non-toxic plant for pet
30km from Melbourne CBD
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