This epiphytic plant with delicate foliage has very soft pubescent rhizomes, hence its name rabbit's foot. When suspended, the drooping habit of its rhizomes are highlighted. What makes this fern unique! This plant is ideal for impatient gardeners who love ferns, since it grows quickly and forgives oversights in watering. If the fronds turn yellow and dry out, it may be caused by lack of water, too much light or drafts.
Non-toxic to animals.
- Family: Davalliaceae.
- Origin: tropical Asia and the Fiji Islands.
- Watering: She prefers to be bathed.
- Allow the soil to dry out on the surface between waterings.
- Ambient humidity: High.
- Spray foliage and rhizomes, especially in winter when heating tends to dry out the air.
- Soil type: Light and rich.
- In its natural habitat, epiphytic plants cling to different surfaces, such as wood or rock. This fern will prefer less frequent repotting, so as not to disturb the roots.
- Brightness: Moderate.
- Orientation: North, East, West.
- Rapid growth.
- Temperature: Warm, avoid drafts.
Pot diameter: 10 cm and 14 cm.
Grown in Quebec.
Like nature, each plant is unique. Natural articles are all different and may contain irregularities.
The decorative pot is not included.