Easy Way To Garden Amanda Remington
Lemon Button fern is known for its long stems with little tiny button-shaped leaves.
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It’s small, easy to grow, and loves moisture making it an ideal plant for bathrooms and kitchens
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Moderate indirect light
Well-draining, light and slightly acidic soil
Ideal climate: 65 - 80 °F (18 - 27 °C) High humidity
Fertilize every three months during growing season
Remove dead or dried foliage to improve aesthetics
Keep the soil consistently moist but not soggy
Remove lemon button fern from the container carefully
Find a good spot to divide the rhizome
Divide the rhizome by hand gently, breaking as few roots as possible
Plant the divided fern into a new container and care for it as described before
That's the basic knowledge on growing and caring for Lemon Button Fern. Read our full guide to learn about pest prevention and most common problems with this plant!
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