A gauzy, frilly fern, Rabbit Foot is a cultivar known for its delicate leaflets that are attached to wiry stalks growing from visible rhizomes. These furry brown rhizomes tend to inch over the pot, thus earning its nickname, rabbit foot. In the wild these ferns are often found growing partly shaded rock walls where water seepage and high humidity helps them thrive, while indoors they make excellent houseplants.
- Rabbit foot fern, potting soil, plastic growers pot
- Place in bright, indirect light or an eastern facing window.
- Let soil dry slightly between watering. Do not let go too dry.
- Use dechlorinated whenever possible
- Maintain high humidity and/or mist foliage frequently
- Keep away from interior heat sources
- Plant: USA; Pot: Imported
Pot: 6" diameter