Easy Way To Garden Amanda Remington
Kangaroo Paw Fern is known for its lush apple green and glossy fronds.
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Kangaroo Paw Fern is one of the prettiest indoor plants.
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Moderate indirect light
Well-draining, light and slightly acidic soil
Ideal climate: 59 - 80 °F (15 - 27 °C) High humidity
Fertilize once every two months with balanced, diluted fertilizer
Remove dead or dried foliage to improve aesthetics
Keep the soil consistently moist but not soggy
Remove the fern from the container carefully by digging in with your hands
Separate the additional rhizomes with a sharp tool
Plant the new rhizomes in separate pots, at approximately same level of soil as the rhizome was in the mother plant.
Water the new plants and place in bright indirect light
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