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Asplenium nidus Crissie fern

279.00

Asplenium nidus Crissie fern

279.00

An evergreen, Crissie fern, is an epiphytic fern with a short and large rhizome and leaves respectively. The leaves can be 15 cm long and 20 cm wide.

Among other available ferns that can be grown indoors, it has larger leaflets than many others that gives this plant large and full leaf foliage plant look.

 

About Asplenium Nidus Crissie Fern

This special fern grows in the form of a deep rosette with large, shiny, spear-shaped fronds. The new fronds emerges from the middle of the plant. The spear-like shaped leaves gives this plant its characteristic different look.

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Fish Tail Fern

299.00

Fish Tail Fern

299.00

Description

The fishtail fern is a shade-loving plant. It is an excellent hanging basket plant and it does well outdoors too.

  • What makes it special:
    A beautiful addition to interior space
  • Air purifier plant.
  • Shade-loving plant
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1 Fish Tail Fern – Plant
2 5 inch (13 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)

Fishtail palm is a fast-growing feather palm that makes a beautiful addition to the landscape. It has a gray trunk (grows to about 30 ) that is covered by regularly spaced leaf scar rings.

This large fern variety has fronds up to 3 feet long that are less petulant and lighter green color than the parent species. Its pinnae (leaflets) tips are once or twice forked like a fish’s tail giving an unusual appearance.

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Staghorn Fern

499.00

Staghorn Fern

499.00

Description

Staghorn ferns have an out-of-this-world appearance. The plants have two types of leaves, one of which resembles the horns of a large herbivore.

This plant grows outdoors in warm season locations and indoors elsewhere. Mounted or in a basket is how to grow a staghorn fern, because they are epiphytic, growing in trees generally. The fern has antler-like foliage as well as a flat basal leaf.

They overlap onto a mounting surface and provide stability for the fern. The foliar fronds may droop or be erect, depending upon the variety of fern.