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5 Causes of Fern Drying out (Here’s How to Revive It)

Ferns (Nephrolepis) are an ancient superior plant class. They thrive in moist forests, ponds, and wetlands. Bush division and spores are the primary methods of propagation. This plant will enhance any interior. Pests like scale insects, aphids, spider mites, and mealybugs can dry out an indoor fern’s leaves. Incorrect temperature, light, and humidity can also …

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Kimberly Queen Fern vs Boston Fern (What’s The Difference?)

You’d be forgiven if you thought Boston fern was the same as Kimberly Queen fern. Both ferns have a unique zigzag pattern on their leaves, which will enhance the look and feel of your room. But today, I’ll show you how to tell a Boston fern from a Kimberly Queen fern by pointing out the …

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Signs of Overwatered Fern (And How to Revive It)

Ferns have a reputation for being difficult to grow but in fact, they are quite un-demanding providing you give them the conditions that they require. One of the foremost reasons for people having problems with their indoor ferns is that they overwater them.  When a fern is overwatered, its leaves turn yellow and begin to …

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