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Fern Heart Live Plant, 4"Pot
V8353

V8353

$19.00

$19.00

Estimated Ship Date: 02/04/2023

Hemionitis is commonly referred to as the Heart Fern due to its uniquely shaped leaves resembling a heart. This plant is typically found to be an epiphyte, meaning it grows on top of other plants or trees as part of a non-parasitic symbiotic relationship. This plant can be grown in a pot, or in a terrarium. Heart ferns prefer bright, indirect light, although they are somewhat low-light tolerant. Keep out of direct sun, although a dappled morning light is fine, especially in the winter.

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  • Hemionitis is commonly referred to as the Heart Fern due to its uniquely shaped leaves resembling a heart
  • This plant is typically found to be an epiphyte, meaning it grows on top of other plants or trees as part of a non-parasitic symbiotic relationship
  • This plant can be grown in a pot, or in a terrarium
  • Heart ferns prefer bright, indirect light, although they are somewhat low-light tolerant
  • Keep out of direct sun, although a dappled morning light is fine, especially in the winter
  • Requires humidity, spritz with water daily or keep in a humid environment such as a bathroom or terrarium
  • Great for pet-loving households, bird's nest ferns are non-toxic

4"Pot

Water requirements:

Heart ferns like their soil to dry out a bit between watering. The leaves should spring right back up again if left unwatered for too long a stretch.

Care tips:

Prune regularly by trimming leggy stems to encourage new growth, if you do so desire.

Common issues:

Why does my Heart-leaf fern have brown tips OR Why does my Heart-leaf fern have fungus gnats flying around its soil

Not to worry! Just reduce your watering schedule and you shouldn't see any more brown forming on the leaves. You do not have to remove leaves that have brown tips or edges. Fungus gnats (which look like fruit flies) also go away when watering is reduced.

Why is my Heart-leaf fern crispy

Crispy leaves and stems indicate that your plant needs more water and/or humidity. Try placing your fern in the bathroom, or spray it with some water twice a day. Water about once every 7-10 days.


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Sat Jan 28 12:43:05 EST 2023