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The Fern Plant is a kind of Vascular plant that reproduces through spores. It a beautiful plant for ornamentation. It is very easy to grow. It has rich medicinal values.

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Buy Fern Plant (Fern) + Lighting, Watering, Humidity, Growth, and Benefits Info

The Fern plant belongs to the group of Vascular plants that reproduces via spores. They do not reproduce by seeds or flowers.

The Fern has about 10,560 species throughout the world. Some of the species are now extinct.

Fossil records have proven that Fern plants existed on earth even 360 million years ago. The Fern plant have its own place in ancient mythologies and art as well.

Basic Care

Fern is grown as a houseplant in various parts of the world. It is very easy to grow.

It is a non-flowering plant. It is basically ornamental, when planted indoors. It can also be planted in gardens.

The Fern is a low maintenance houseplant.

Lighting

Most species of the Fern prefers to grow in shade. Full shading is preferable, partial shading is at least required to grow a fern plant.

Some species can handle the sun. But direct sun can still be harmful for the plant.

Hot, dry, sunny locations are better avoided to plant a Fern. Shading is essential for the proper growth of the plant.

Humidity

The Fern likes moisture. The higher the level of humidity, the more likely it is for the plant to thrive and grow.

The Fern can handle short moisture-less periods. But that can ruin the plant on a long term.

Moisture is an important component that is needed for the growth of the plant.

Watering

Fern plant loves bathing in water. Plenty of water is required for the proper growth of the plant.

The soil should never be allowed to become completely dry in between two watering sessions. The plant should never be kept thirsty.

Lack of proper watering can damage the health of the plant. The plant turns brown, if not watered properly.

Fertilization

If Fern plant is grown for the purpose of ornamentation, it is not essential to feed the plant with any fertilizer.

One can always add compost to the soil, where the Fern is planted. It works as a source of nutrients for the plant.

When Fern plants are grown outdoors, liquid organic fertilizers can be used once in awhile, to keep the plant in proper condition. This can help the plant to remain healthy.

Growth

Similar to other vascular plants, the Fern has steam, leaves, and roots. No flower or fruit is produced by the plant.

Some Fern plants have semi-wooden trunks, making them look like a tree. But they are not trees exactly.

The Fern can grow quite tall in natural habitats. Few species have the average growth of 20m in height.

The Fern plants grown in garden or indoors never grow that tall. Their average height is generally of 10-12m.

Benefits

Ferns are widely used as an ornamental plants. They are kept inside the houses, offices or shops for decoration.

In medieval times, Ferns were used as a food item. In some places, they are still consumed as food.

Ferns are known to have certain medicinal values. They are also known to rejuvenate contaminated soil.

Fern plants are believed to be able to remove some unwanted chemicals from the air. This possibility is still being researched.




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