Baby Plant - Nephrolepis Exaltata Emina Folia House
Baby Plant - Nephrolepis Exaltata Emina Folia House

Baby Plant - Nephrolepis Exaltata Emina


Product Size

Pot diameter - 7cm


Despite a bright, indirect setting being the best location for a fern, shady spots around the house can also be tolerated due to the species' ability to endure reduced light levels. Direct sunlight for more than an hour a day must be avoided at all costs due to the high chance of under-watering and dehydration. If the majority of the foliage has become yellow and crispy, have a read in the 'Common Issues' section for more information.


Decrease watering during the cooler months, and mist only once or twice weekly. Allow Emina’s soil surface to dry out slightly between waterings from late fall until the end of winter. Resume normal watering in early spring when you notice new growth emerging.


Recommended temperature for this plant is around 10° - 26°C   (50° - 80°F). Can be grown outdoors during the summer in a sheltered location with temperatures above 12℃  (54℉),  but is fine to remain indoors, too. If you decide to bring this plant outdoors, don't allow it to endure any direct sunlight as it may result in sun-scorch and dehydration. Regularly keep an eye out for pests, especially when re-introducing it back indoors.


Never situate a Crinkle Fern in a location that boasts dry air (caused by nearby heaters), as the lack of airborne moisture will quickly lead to browning frond-tips. Create a humidity tray to provide a moist and stable environment for your plant. Hose the foliage down from time to time to hydrate the leaves and keep the dust levels down. Although a bathroom would be the best setting for the Crinkle Fern, be sure to provide good air circulation to reduce the chance of southern blight.


Monthly fertilisation of houseplant feed throughout the year is perfect for quality growth. Never apply a 'ready to use’ product into the soil without a pre-water first, as it may cause root-burn and yellowed leaves.

Pet Friendliness

Not known to be poisonous by consumption of pets and humans. If high quantities are eaten, it may result in vomiting, nausea and a loss of appetite.


Melbourne metro areas, postcode range 3000 - 3207 (exclude 3063, 3099, 3139).

Please call 0415 943 707 




Please call 0415 943 707