Ferns In Bathroom
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Maidenhair ferns can't tolerate dry air, so if your home is dry, you'll need to figure out how to provide your plant the humidity it needs. I've had the best luck keeping mine in the bathroom, near a shower, but giving it regular misting allowed it to thrive in another location.
A large fern may require watering daily, while a small fern in the bathroom - where the humidity is high - may require less frequent watering. The key is to water the fern before the soil dries
Boston ferns (Nephrolepis exaltata) are popular houseplants and proper Boston fern care is essential to keeping this plant healthy.Learning how to take care of a Boston fern isn't difficult, but it is specific. Below, we have listed a few care tips for a Boston fern so that you can provide everything your fern needs to be happy and beautiful.
In the wild, most ferns like living in shady, damp spaces. To keep an ideal atmosphere for your fern, try keeping it in a room where water usually runs, like the bathroom or kitchen. Like any plant, however, ferns do need to see sky and sunlight to grow, so only keep them in these spaces if they can get their light needs met.
A small plant can be placed near a windowsill in a normal pot. Bathrooms are an ideal location to place this fern. this is because of the higher humidity levels provided from the water and condensation within the bathroom (a big bathroom though if the plant is mature).