These cool little ferns are clean and easy to grow. By clean we mean that they don’t continually drop small leaves like other ferns do. When mature the fern grows soft “rabbits feet” around the exterior of the pot. ::The Davallia fejeensis, better known as the Rabbits Foot Fern, is one of the most unique and ‘easy to grow’ ferns available. The fronds grow out of a rabbit foot looking rhizome as you can see in the picture below. This fern does not need constant moisture like most fern do and will survive with dry soil for short periods of time. As the Rabbit Foot fern grows, so does the hairy rhizomes, totally engulfing the pot in a few years.:::Place your “Rabbit-foot Fern” in bright indirect light or filtered light. Avoid areas of high heat as this will burn the delicate fronds. Keep the soil moist but not soggy. It can be allowed to dry, occassionaly Feed bi- monthly with a balanced liquid fertilizer such as Peter’s Plant Food. When mature your plant will develop brown circles under the leaves… these are not bugs, they are spores. Spores are basically the same as seeds to other plants. Propagate by dividing the rhizomes.

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Handsome crowns of feathery fronds are typical of this genus. Delicate and lacy with arching fronds and dark red stems at maturity. Strong-growing and dependable, the Lady Ferns are great garden plants. Tough and easy to grow, this beauty is the right choice for perennial borders and woodlands alike. A breathtaking flush of new fronds appears in the spring, with new leaves appearing throughout the season for a continuously fresh look. Found in swamps, thickets and damp woods east of the Rockies. ::Shade in consistantly moist soil. For the border or woodland garden. ::The plant you will receive is growing in a 4″ pot.

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These cool little ferns are clean and easy to grow. By clean we mean that they don’t continually drop small leaves like other ferns do. When mature the fern grows soft “rabbits feet” around the exterior of the pot. ::The Davallia fejeensis, better known as the Rabbits Foot Fern, is one of the most unique and ‘easy to grow’ ferns available. The fronds grow out of a rabbit foot looking rhizome as you can see in the picture below. This fern does not need constant moisture like most fern do and will survive with dry soil for short periods of time. As the Rabbit Foot fern grows, so does the hairy rhizomes, totally engulfing the pot in a few years.:::Place your “Rabbit-foot Fern” in bright indirect light or filtered light. Avoid areas of high heat as this will burn the delicate fronds. Keep the soil moist but not soggy. It can be allowed to dry, occassionaly Feed bi- monthly with a balanced liquid fertilizer such as Peter’s Plant Food. When mature your plant will develop brown circles under the leaves… these are not bugs, they are spores. Spores are basically the same as seeds to other plants. Propagate by dividing the rhizomes.

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Platycerium biforcatum ::(Common Staghorn Fern) :::The staghorn fern is an epiphyte that lives in the tropical forests of southeast Asia and Australia. This plant has a short rhizome from which both sterile and fertile fronds sprout. The sterile fronds are rounded and form a sort of involucre which encases the branch on which the plant is attached. From these sprout the fronds which carry the reproductive apparatus, recognizable by a sort of rusty down situated in the ventral part of the plant. The fronds are long, wide, and laciniated at the top. ::Staghorn Fern is one of the more unusual house plants. It grows without its roots in soil and produces 2 types of fronds. One type is the branched frond that gives the plant its name. The other round, flat frond forms a collar around the branched fronds. The round frond may be 3 to 4 inches across on young plants but 3 to 4 feet across on older plants. Ideal temperatures are between 60 degrees and 80 degrees. It prefers bright, but indirect light. ::The plant you will receive is growing in a 2 1/2″ pot as shown.

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The Frosty Fern Club Moss is not quite a fern and not quite a moss, but it is a prehistoric fern relative. This unusual and exotic plant makes an excellent house plant in bright, indirect light. They love water so keep them moist at all times. The Frosty Fern Club Moss is very easy to grow!::The Frosty Fern Club Moss is properly classified as a Lycopod, a descendent of spore-producing plants that date back unchanged into the Permian (320 million years ago) age. Tree-like relatives of this plant group produced the greaat coal forests of the Carboniferous. ::Other common names for the Frosty Fern Club Moss include; Arborvitae Fern, and Spike Moss.::Proper name: Selaginella kraussiana::NOTE: ::All plants are insulated and guaranteed* for winter shipping. If temperatures are too cold we will delay shipping and notify you via e-mail. ::*See complete guaranty in eBay ad.

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Without a doubt, this is one of the most elegant native plants. The horizontal horseshoe-like wreath of foliage rests atop 18-24″ tall wiry black stems. Northern maidenhair fern thrives in moist, rich soil, but also grows well in all but the driest of garden sites. The light airy texture serves as a perfect backdrop for hostas and other bold foliage plants. ::Whether used in borders or as a background, ferns enhance any garden with their gracefulness and their beautiful varying shades of green. Easy to grow almost anyplace…thrive even when other plants fail.

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These cool little ferns are clean and easy to grow. By clean we mean that they don’t continually drop small leaves like other ferns do. When mature the fern grows soft “rabbits feet” around the exterior of the pot. ::The Davallia fejeensis, better known as the Rabbits Foot Fern, is one of the most unique and ‘easy to grow’ ferns available. The fronds grow out of a rabbit foot looking rhizome as you can see in the picture below. This fern does not need constant moisture like most fern do and will survive with dry soil for short periods of time. As the Rabbit Foot fern grows, so does the hairy rhizomes, totally engulfing the pot in a few years.:::Place your “Rabbit-foot Fern” in bright indirect light or filtered light. Avoid areas of high heat as this will burn the delicate fronds. Keep the soil moist but not soggy. It can be allowed to dry, occassionaly Feed bi- monthly with a balanced liquid fertilizer such as Peter’s Plant Food. When mature your plant will develop brown circles under the leaves… these are not bugs, they are spores. Spores are basically the same as seeds to other plants. Propagate by dividing the rhizomes.

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This great little fern does well in a wide range of conditions but best of all is that it is compact in size and is one of the few ferns that fairs well with neglect and does extremely well in wet habitats. It stays under 12″ tall and sends creeping runners which sprout new plantlets. When it is actively growing it has a very subtle, but clear lemon scent. It is an excellent house plant!

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An evergreen fern with a different mood for each season, this variety unfurls glossy copper-orange fronds in spring which then turn soft green in summer, before taking on a russet-orange hue for the season’s end. ::Shade in consistantly moist soil. For the border or woodland garden. ::The plant you will receive is growing in a 3″ pot.

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Platycerium biforcatum ::(Common Staghorn Fern) :::The staghorn fern is an epiphyte that lives in the tropical forests of southeast Asia and Australia. This plant has a short rhizome from which both sterile and fertile fronds sprout. The sterile fronds are rounded and form a sort of involucre which encases the branch on which the plant is attached. From these sprout the fronds which carry the reproductive apparatus, recognizable by a sort of rusty down situated in the ventral part of the plant. The fronds are long, wide, and laciniated at the top. ::Staghorn Fern is one of the more unusual house plants. It grows without its roots in soil and produces 2 types of fronds. One type is the branched frond that gives the plant its name. The other round, flat frond forms a collar around the branched fronds. The round frond may be 3 to 4 inches across on young plants but 3 to 4 feet across on older plants. Ideal temperatures are between 60 degrees and 80 degrees. It prefers bright, but indirect light. ::The plant you will receive is growing in a 4″ pot as shown.

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