Lush and air-purifying fern for your kitchen or bathroom!
The luscious Boston Fern has elegant flowing foliage and is also known as the Sword Fern.
Perfect in humid, steamy rooms where you may not think a plant would do well, like a Bathroom or a Kitchen, a lovely green that can provide some vibrancy in an otherwise lifeless room.
Feel refreshed when you step into your home, knowing that the air is clean and pure. Enjoy the air purifying effects of one of the most popular houseplants.
As a hanging plant its elegant flowing leaves will leave you feeling calm and serene, you can let your plant flow out from a high shelf
Loves humidity and In nature tends to stick to the trees of rainforests and marshy swamps
Vibrant green foliage has been scientifically proven to make you feel good! By triggering an immune response in your brain, can cause you to feel vital and healthy
A healthy appetite for water makes it a brilliant humidity regulator
Boston Fern Care Guide
Place it in bright, indirect light. Avoid direct sunlight, as it can scorch the delicate fronds. If you don't have a suitable spot with indirect light, fluorescent lights can be a good alternative.
Keep the soil consistently moist, but not soggy. Water it when the top inch (2.5 cm) of the soil feels slightly dry. Use room-temperature water and avoid letting the plant sit in standing water to prevent root rot.
Prefers a temperature range of 15-24°C. Avoid exposing them to cold drafts or extreme heat, as this can stress the plant and lead to leaf damage.
Feed with a balanced liquid fertiliser diluted to half strength during the growing season (spring and summer). Fertilize every 4-6 weeks to provide essential nutrients for optimal growth.
Trim or pinch off any brown or yellowing fronds to keep your Boston Fern looking lush and healthy. Grooming helps maintain its elegant appearance.
Regularly remove yellowing fronds to encourage new growth.
Boston Fern General Information
Native to tropical regions of South and Central America.
Boston Ferns can reach a maximum height of approximately 60-90 cm when well cared for. Regular grooming and appropriate growing conditions can help maintain a more compact size.
The Boston Fern is non-toxic to humans and pets, making it a safe choice for homes with children and animals.