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Fishtail Fern is an evergreen perennial which grows in almost all the soil. It is used as a decorative plant in most of the plant enthusiast’s houses. It is a plant which grows in shady light with normal watering requirements.
This plant does not do well in good sunlight and strives to be in shade and therefore it is mostly grown as an indoor plant. As a shade-loving plant, it needs less care and it has a good growth rate so growing it will not be a problem.
Can be grown in almost any type of soil but grows well in loamy alluvial and garden soil with good drainage.
Good drainage is needed for all the plants otherwise the roots will rot and eventually it will die.
Ferns are more likely to grow with plenty of water and so pour plenty of water to the plant. Their propagation period will require plenty of water and they need less water during winter and more water during summer.
The propagation period is one of the important periods in which they reproduce and so make sure to provide them with plenty of water.
Keep this plant away from heavy light, It does fine in the shade.
Hanging it on the house will give a better look for the plant and the house.
The plant does not produce flowers and so the propagation is by root balls and the rhizomes can also be used for propagation.
This plant grows to a height of 36 inches and spread up to 2-3 metres which also can be grown inside.
This plant makes a good decorative plant inside the house and it is used as a good hanging plant that gives a beautiful look for the house.
This plant can be fertilized with any type of fertilizing agent but fertilizer with rich nitrogen content will be a better option.
Fertilize the plant every 30 days or at least every 45 days for better growth.
This plant can be propagated during the rainy season and so the root needs more water for the root balls. There is a chance of rotting of the root and so be careful while watering during the rainy season.
Use pesticides whenever necessary for avoiding the bugs and insects.