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How to care
Growing in the tropics, they are partially shaded by the tree canopy, so it thrives with filtered indirect light. Avoid direct sunlight as it will scorch the leaves.
Likes to be moist at all times but never soggy. Avoid plant sitting in water, as this will cause root rot. Water only when the first inch of soil is dry.
This tropical plant loves humidity, spray once a week or keep a humidifier close.
Sad Plant Signs
Curling leaves: Not enough moisture, improve humidity levels. Wilting leaves: Fern too dry, water or improve humidity levels. Yellowing leaves: Root rot, check roots and re-pot with fresh soil if necessary.
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Like most ferns, this is a moisture loving plant that display tight clusters of thick heart-shaped leaves. A rare fern, giving the gift of love hearts, but in plant form.
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Native to Southeast Asia and the Pteridaceae family. Thick green heart-shaped leaves and black stems can be found growing upon trees, with each stem growing up to 20 cm tall. In parts of Asia and India, this fern is used in different ways for medicinal purposes.
Characteristics Detoxifying power
Characteristics Non-toxic to pets & children
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