BOSTON FERN

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Scientific Name:- Nephrolepis exalta “Bostoniensis”

 

Descrtiption:- The fronds of Nephrolepis exaltata are 50–250 cm long and 6–15 cm broad, with alternate pinnae (the small “leaflets” on either side of the midrib), each pinna being 2–8 cm long.Also known as the Boston swordfern, wild Boston fern, tuber ladder fern, or fishbone fern

 

Water:– Moist soil at all times/Indirect Sunlight

 

Soil:- For greening up faded ferns, mix 1/4 cup Epsom salt to a gallon of water & pour in the fern. Wait 3-4 days & your fern should again be deep green in color

 

Place in homes:- Shade , Low light places

 

Sunlight:-Indirect

 

Toxins Killed:- Removes Formaldehyde, Xylene, Toluene

 

Toxic:- NonToxic

 

Other:- They won’t stand dry air.They require frequent spraying of the leaves, especially during the hot seasons.

 

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BOSTON FERN