A rustic terra cotta planter filled with fern favourites in a natural woodland arrangement. Like a breath of fresh air from a woodland forest, this little garden will bring the wild into your home with small ferns accompanied by natural rocks and wood.
In their natural habitat, ferns grow under tree canopies on the forest floor. This means they are used to dabbled, indirect sunlight. Their tender fronds can’t take bright direct light and will most likely burn. Using a sheer curtain to protect your fern, if it is in or near a south facing window, can give it enough light without over doing it. Many ferns can also handle shady or low-light situations such as often found in bathrooms or offices.
Keep the soil moist, without letting it completely dry out. When you water your indoor fern, let the water run through the pot and out the drainage holes, so that your houseplant isn’t sitting in a pool of water. Then wait until the very top layer is looking a bit drier, before re-watering.
Ferns also enjoy high humidity. If your indoor fern is looking dry or brown around the edges, chances are it could use more humidity in the air! Misting your fern everyday, or setting out a tray with water and pebbles nearby, is a great way to keep it happy and green.
Dimensions: 10 × 10 × 10 in
Weight: 9 lbs