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Rabbit’s Foot Fern Plant

Original price was: ₹450.00.Current price is: ₹230.00.

  • Light : Bright indirect light
  • Maintenace: Low maintenace
  • Special feature : Air purifying
  • Watering : Atleast thrice a week
  • Where to grow : Bright indoor / shaded outdoors

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The rabbit’s foot fern is a soft foliage houseplant that grows in planters, both hanging and tabletop, and is named for the fuzzy rhizomes that gently creep out of the container. They look great hanging on covered patios or spilling out of pedestal pots. The glossy dark green fronds are elegantly split and provide a lovely cascading appearance.

Plant Care

Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: When potting, use a decent compost and then fertilise your fern once a month with a well-balanced NPK fertiliser. Over-fertilization should be avoided.

Repotting :
When repotting, use a decent compost and then feed your fern once a month throughout the growing season using a well-balanced NPK fertiliser. Over-fertilization should be avoided. Ferns can be propagated via spores or by dividing a mature plant.

Typical issues


1. How much sunshine is required by the cotton candy fern?

Outside, the fern loves strong indirect light or dappled partial sunshine. To avoid scorching the leaves, keep them out of direct sunlight.

2. Why is my fern losing its leaves?

Ferns require moisture, hence a dry environment causes shrivelling and loss of leaves. To avoid this, use a moist growth medium and spray often.

3. What is the white material on my fern?

Ferns are susceptible to mealy bugs, therefore treat with neem spray or another insecticide on a regular basis to avoid infection. In the event of an infestation, clean or trim the diseased areas and treat with neem spray every 3-4 days until the infestation disappears.

Design and Decoration


Light Requirements: For good development, ferns require strong indirect light for 5-6 hours every day.

Locations: To avoid direct light, place your fern near a north or east facing window or farther away from a south facing window.

Styling/decor tip : Flors are a flexible collection of plants; put them in hanging planters to completely appreciate their cascading beauty, or plant them in pedestal planters to serve as a focal point in your d?cor. They make great tabletop plants in unusual containers. Hang them in your shaded balconies or patios for a tropical appeal, or mix them in among your plant clusters to create a forest floor effect.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I save my dying fern?

If your fern has not completely died and has some green left, prune the brown dead fronds and water the plant thorughly till water runs out the bottom of the pot and repeat it once more. Mist the leaves nicely and move it to a bright but shaded area to help it recover. Mist and water regularly and avoid drying it out.

Why is my fern dying despite fertilising regulalry?

Over-fertilising is a ocmmon issue in ferns. Ferns are a delicate plant that need very diluted feed, overfertilising can burn the fronds. Stick to diluted fertilisers at least one month apart.

How frequently hsould I Water my ferns?

Ferns love water and humidity, so the more the merrier. Ensure that your fern is planted in a well-draining but rich soil in a pot with drainage holes. Water regularly to maintain a moist, but not soggy, growing medium and mist regularly.

What are the common names of Rabbit’s Foot Fern Plant?

Rabbit’s Foot Fern Plant is also known as Hare’s Foot Fern.


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