Button Fern (Pellaea rotundifolia) - to 10 inches, An upright-growing fern with small, rounded leaves that line its wiry, burgundy-red stems. Grows well in low light and average room temperature. A live plant in a three-inch pot - $10 each
LEMON BUTTON FERN - Low light (no direct afternoon sun), keep soil moist, soil should be peat moss mixed with potting soil/well draining, high humidity, mist only if home air is dry, fertilize spring/early fall once every month, 60-85 degrees, 1ft tall, 1 1/2 ft wide, non-toxic to pets, lemon scent
Lemon Button Fern (Nephrolepis cordifolia) - One of our most popular terrestrial plants, Lemon Button Fern is excellent for use in vivariums. Throws long, fuzzy rhizomes once acclimated, and will sprout more ferns along them in good conditions. Grows well in medium to high light and moist soil. Does not tolerate long periods of dry conditions. Grows to around 9-12" before fronds arc downward.
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The boston fern (Nephrolepis exalta), so lush and green in the spring and summer… how do you overwinter a Boston fern? Boston ferns need good bright light for starters, a bright unblocked south window is ideal. A hot, dry home will allow the your fern to be messy. Here are a few tips for overwintering …
As far as bathrooms in rental apartments go, we're pretty lucky. With a palette of white and more white, we were saved from the Pepto-Bismal pink tile and glitter-flecked vanities that I've seen in my friends' apartments. Still, white tile nearly up to the ceiling can make even the most adamant minimalist yearn for a spot of color. My favorite way to liven up the space is with plants.