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Boston Fern Rare Creeper Seeds 100pcs

Original price was: $15.78.Current price is: $14.99.

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Boston Fern Rare Creeper Seeds 100pcs $15.78 Original price was: $15.78.$14.99Current price is: $14.99.
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Double 11 100pcs Japanese Rare Boston Fern Vines Grass Foliage Aesthetic Greenery For Indoor And Outdoor Landscaping

Discover the serene beauty of the Japanese Rare Boston Fern Vines Grass Foliage with our pack of 100 seeds. This perennial plant is more than just ornamental greenery. It is an embodiment of aesthetic charm and environmental functionality, perfect for both indoor and outdoor landscaping.

The Boston Fern thrives in a temperate climate and is an excellent choice for decorating your building roof. Its lush foliage, characterized by its unique creeper vines, offers a stunning visual treat throughout the year, as it does not have a specific full-bloom period. In addition to its visual appeal, the plant also serves a practical purpose by removing formaldehyde from the air, contributing to a healthier and cleaner environment.

Despite its exotic origins, cultivating this novel plant is very easy. It comes in multiple sizes (mini, small, medium, large) catering to your specific needs. Note that the flowerpot is excluded from the package. This plant aligns well with those born under the Gemini constellation, adding a touch of personalization to your green space.

How to Plant Boston Fern Rare Creeper Seeds 100pcs:
1. Choose a flowerpot with good drainage.
2. Fill the pot with a mix of soil and compost.
3. Sprinkle the seeds evenly on top of the soil.
4. Cover the seeds lightly with a layer of soil.
5. Water the soil gently to ensure the seeds are moist.
6. Place the pot in a location with indirect sunlight.
7. Keep the soil moist during germination.
8. Watch as your Boston Fern begins to grow.

With our Boston Fern seeds, you can bring a touch of Japanese elegance and greenery to your home or office. Start your botanical journey today with our Boston Fern Rare Creeper Seeds.

Planting Essentials:

  • Latin Name: The Boston Fern is scientifically known as Nephrolepis exaltata.
  • Planting Season: This plant can be seeded indoors at any time of the year. For outdoor planting, it’s best to sow seeds in the spring.
  • Germination Rate: Boston Fern seeds typically have a high germination rate, with most seeds sprouting within 14-28 days.
  • Grown Plant Size: Depending on the pot size, the fern can grow anywhere from 1 to 3 feet in height and width.
  • Time to Maturity: Boston Ferns typically reach full maturity within 1 to 2 years.
  • Soil Type: Prefers moist, well-draining soil, enriched with organic matter.
  • Watering: Water the fern regularly, ensuring the soil is consistently moist but not waterlogged.
  • Sunlight: The fern thrives in indirect sunlight. It can tolerate low light but needs to be kept out of direct sunlight.
  • Use: Can be used for both indoor and outdoor landscaping. Also serves as a natural air purifier, removing formaldehyde from the air.
  • Deer Resistance: Boston Ferns are generally not appealing to deer, making them a good choice for outdoor gardens in areas where deer are common.
  • Pest and Disease Resistance: Resistant to most common pests and diseases. However, it can be susceptible to scale and mealybugs if not properly cared for.
  • Spacing Requirements: If planting multiple ferns, allow a space of 2-3 feet between each plant to ensure adequate growth.
  • Companion Plants: Boston Ferns pair well with other shade-loving plants such as hostas and impatiens.
  • Harvesting Instructions: Not applicable as this is an ornamental plant and not typically used for harvesting.

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