Category Types of Ferns

How To Care For Nephrolepis Cordifolia Plants
Types of Ferns

How To Care For Nephrolepis Cordifolia Plants

Nephrolepis cordifolia duffi nef-roh-LEP-iss kor-di-FOH-lee-uh duf-EE is a fern species native to Asia and northern Australia.It’s one of several varieties of the nephrolepis cordifolia plant that are part of the nephrolepidaceae family.The nephrolepis (aka Boston fern) is the only genus in the family and contains about 30 different species of ferns.

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How To Care For Nephrolepis Cordifolia Plants

Nephrolepis cordifolia duffi nef-roh-LEP-iss kor-di-FOH-lee-uh duf-EE is a fern species native to Asia and northern Australia.It’s one of several varieties of the nephrolepis cordifolia plant that are part of the nephrolepidaceae family.The nephrolepis (aka Boston fern) is the only genus in the family and contains about 30 different species of ferns.
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Pellaea Rotundifolia Care: Growing The Button Fern

The Button Fern – Pellaea Rotundifolia Pe-LEE-uh Ro-tun-dih-FOH-lee-uh is native to New Zealand with distinctive foliage that offers an excellent variety to typical ferns.Even beginner gardeners can successfully grow Button fern plants with a bit of caution during its initial settling stage.Once this fern’s settled, it’s an easy-going plant requiring very little care compared to its delicate relatives.
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Tips On Kangaroo Fern Care (Microsorum pustulatum)

Microsorum pustulatum my-kroh-SOR-um pus-tew-LAY-tum is a fern with bright green, and glossy fronds often found growing on trees.The name is synonymous with Zealandia pustulata, but many sources haven’t accepted the Zealandia genus.The plant belongs to the family polypodiaceae and microsoroideae subfamily, which is part of the fern family.
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6 Different Ferns You Can Grow Indoors

Growing ferns… with their amazing variety of foliage forms and delicacy of pattern have always been popular as house plants.The large selection of species and varieties of different types of indoor ferns makes them a great choice for decorating the home, patio or sunroom.The diversity of type of ferns lends difficulty to the decision which to grow… as indoor plants in pots or in hang baskets.
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Java Fern Care: Tips On Growing Microsorum Pteropus

Java Fern or Microsorum pteropus my-kroh-SOR-um, ter-oh-pus is a perennial water plant (fern) and member of the Polypodiaceae family.The plant hails from Thailand, Malaysia, and parts of China.Interestingly, it is an epiphytic plant, similar to Spanish moss, bromeliads, or orchids, but it lives almost entirely underwater.
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Boston Ferns: A Classic Houseplant

Boston Ferns happen to be a house plant and patio plant making a comeback, both in quantities grown and varieties available.Let’s take a quick look at Nephrolepis exaltata, a sword fern commonly known as the “Boston Fern”.In the past few years, there have been quite a few new introductions of “houseplant ferns”.
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Hart’s Tongue Fern Care: Learn To Grow Asplenium Scolopendrium

Phyllitis scolopendrium fil-LY-tiss, skol-oh-PEND-ree-um now known as Asplenium Scolopendrium ass-PLEE-nee-um, skol-oh-PEND-ree-um an evergreen fern species from family Aspleniaceae (genus Asplenium).Native to Europe but a rare American variety (Asplenium scolopendrium var. americanum) are found in a limited number of locations in Alabama, Tennessee, New York, Michigan, and Ontario Canada.
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Staghorn Fern: Care and Growing Information

The staghorn fern – Platycerium: an extraordinarily unique, distinctive, attractive looking plant, perfect for those with a backyard greenhouse or cool enclosed porch.Looking to grow something unusual, a true conversation piece… buy and learn about the care of staghorn fern plant.Except from Platycerium andinum, native to South America, the genus, platycerium, is comprised of about 18 species, all found in natural tropical and temperate surroundings of Africa, Southeast Asia, Philippines, Australia and New Guinea.
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Rabbit Foot Fern Care: Growing The Davallia Fejeensis Fern

Davallia fejeensis dav-VAL-ee-uh, fee-jee-EN-sis is a fern species belonging to the family Davalliaceae and native to the Fiji islands.The tropical forests provide the ideal habitat for the fern growth.Just like all other member species of its genus, the plant is epiphytic.This means it grows on the surface of the soil of other plants and sometimes within the crevices of rocks and derives its moisture and nutrients from the air, water, and other debris accumulating around it.
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Bird Nest Fern Plant: Growing And Care Of Asplenium Nidus

The birds nest fern the common name for Asplenium Nidus (As-ple-nium nidus) is an epiphytic fern species.Despite harboring large glossy fronds, the Asplenium is a fern belonging to the Aspleniaceae family and Asplenium genus.Native to southeast Asia, Malaysia, eastern Australia, and eastern tropical Africa, these plants enjoy and thrive well in tropical climates.
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Blechnum Gibbum: How To Grow and Care For The Silver Lady Fern

Blechnum gibbum BLEK-num, GIB-bum is a hard fern belonging to the family Blechnaceae.Native to Pacific Islands, Fiji, and New Caledonia, Blechnum gibbum grows as a small tree in tropical and subtropical climates.It is also widely grown fern houseplant.You may hear it by its common names including:Silver LadySilver Lady FernDwarf Tree FernBlechnum Gibbum CareSize & GrowthAs mentioned above, this is a dwarf tree type fern growing up to 3’ – 4’ feet in height and features symmetrical fronds rosette over a slender, black, scaly trunk.
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Learn How To Grow Kangaroo Paw Fern

Microsorum Diversifolium (my-kroh-SOR-um, dy-ver-sih-FOH-lee-um) is an evergreen epiphytic fern species from the family Polypodiaceae.This plant is commonly called kangaroo paw fern or kangaroo foot fern.Microsorum is a variant of microsorium, which means small sori – the small spores located on the undersides of fern fronds.
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Christmas Fern Care: How To Grow Polystichum Acrostichoides

Polystichum acrostichoides pol-IS-tick-um, ak-ruh-stik-OY-deez is a perennial, evergreen fern from the family Dryopteridaceae (wood fern) and is native to eastern North America.The plant is given the common name Christmas fern because its evergreen fronds maintain their vibrant green color even at Christmas time, when the weather in its native range gets extremely cold, and can thus be used in decorations.
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How To Grow and Care For Tassel Fern Polystichum Polyblepharum

Polystichum polyblepharum (pol-IS-tick-um pol-ee-BLEF-ar-um) is a member of the plant family Dryopteridaceae hailing from South Korea and Japan.Common names include:Japanese Tassel FernJapanese Lace FernKorean Tassel FernBristle FernTassel FernThis shade-loving, low maintenance, non-flowering perennial evergreen plant is a good choice in a naturalized setting where rabbits and deer may be present as it is rather resistant to them.
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How To Grow Japanese Painted Fern

Athyrium niponicum uh-THEE-ree-um, nip-ON-ih-kum is often cultivated for ground cover, producing large tufts of fronds.Native to eastern Asia, people commonly call the plant Oriental lady fern, or Japanese painted fern.It’s part of the Athyriaceae family of fern plants.Athyrium niponicum is easily cultivated in a variety of growing conditions.
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How To Grow Ghost Fern (Athyrium Hybrida)

The ghost fern, also known as Athyrium Hybrida uh-THEE-ree-um, hy-BRID-uh is, a hybrid fern of Japanese painted fern (Athyrium Niponicum Var) and lady fern (Athyrium Filix-Femina).It was first discovered in the garden of Nancy Swell, a plant specialist and enthusiast.The ghost fern is characterized by upright fronds with a beautiful, ghost-like silver hue with the tendency to grow and spread quickly and easily.
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How to Grow and Care for Lady Fern – Athyrium filix-femina

Athyrium felix-femina (uh-THEE-ree-um FY-liks fem-in-uh) is a non-flowering member of the Athyriaceae family which is commonly called Lady Fern. This deciduous perennial fern is native to northern temperate regions of the Americas.The plants’ genus name, Athyrium, is derived from the Greek word “athyros”, which means “doorless”.
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8 Full Sun Ferns For The Landscape

When we think of ferns we generally think of shady place plants, but you’ll be surprised to know that there are actually quite a few ferns that can do very well in a part-to-full sun setting.In this article, we introduce eight types of ferns that can do well in hot sunny climates.The Eight Most Sun Tolerant Types of FernsOsmunda FernsThere are three species of ferns within the genus Osmunda.
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