- Full and lush to give your space a dash of greenery
- Loves to be in humid locations, like the bathroom!
- Considered a top air purification plant for indoor environments
- Light: bright indirect light. Boston fern, prefer filtered, dappled light.
- Water: Keep the root ball moist at all times. If your Boston fern is sitting in somewhat of a dry area (instead of humid), mist with water frequently to keep moist.
- Soil: need a loamy, rich, organic mixture. Make sure the drainage is good to avoid rotting the roots, which will be evident if the plant is beginning to lose leaves or appears waterlogged. It's a good idea to choose a soil that contains some organic material.
- Fertilizer: During the growing season, feed the fern with liquid or slow-release pellets. If you're not happy with the fern's progress, it won't hurt to slightly increase the fertilizer within reasonable limits.