Maidenhair Fern in Fish Bowl
Maidenhair Fern in Fish Bowl
Maidenhair Fern in Fish Bowl

Maidenhair Fern in Fish Bowl

$53.00
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This product comes with free gift wrap

Fish bowl diameter - 20cm

POSITION

A very attractive maidenhair fern, suitable for indoors in a well-lit position, free from draught and direct sunlight. Will also grow outdoors in a sheltered situation, free from frost and heavy rain.

TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY

Maidenhairs prefer a situation that has stable temperature and humidity levels like kitchen windowsills and sunrooms. They do not like being moved as this sets them back until they can adjust to the new set of conditions.

WATER

Water regularly, do not allow it to dry out, even for a few hours. If your maidenhair fern does dry out and its fronds turn brown, don’t despair as it shouldn’t be considered dead until there has been no new growth for 18 months. Just cut it back about 2-5cm from the base, give it a good soak, feed it and it will start to send up new fronds. If the plant has only just begun to dry out, plunge the pot into a bucket of water, keeping it submerged until the air bubbles stop rising to the surface. This will rewet the soil.

PRUNING

Prune back any damaged or dead fronds from the base of the plant to maintain its soft leafy appearance.

PET FRIENDLINESS

Maidenhair ferns are safe for pets.

Within 50km from Melbourne CBD

    Please call 0421 568 298 

    or 

    Email: support@foliahouse.com.au

    Plant Care

    POSITION

    A very attractive maidenhair fern, suitable for indoors in a well-lit position, free from draught and direct sunlight. Will also grow outdoors in a sheltered situation, free from frost and heavy rain.

    TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY

    Maidenhairs prefer a situation that has stable temperature and humidity levels like kitchen windowsills and sunrooms. They do not like being moved as this sets them back until they can adjust to the new set of conditions.

    WATER

    Water regularly, do not allow it to dry out, even for a few hours. If your maidenhair fern does dry out and its fronds turn brown, don’t despair as it shouldn’t be considered dead until there has been no new growth for 18 months. Just cut it back about 2-5cm from the base, give it a good soak, feed it and it will start to send up new fronds. If the plant has only just begun to dry out, plunge the pot into a bucket of water, keeping it submerged until the air bubbles stop rising to the surface. This will rewet the soil.

    PRUNING

    Prune back any damaged or dead fronds from the base of the plant to maintain its soft leafy appearance.

    PET FRIENDLINESS

    Maidenhair ferns are safe for pets.

    Shipping

    Within 50km from Melbourne CBD

      Questions?

      Please call 0421 568 298 

      or 

      Email: support@foliahouse.com.au