Lemon Button Fern Plant
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Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: Feed the Button Fern weekly with a balanced liquid fertilizer. In areas with severe winter, there is no need for fertilization.
Repotting: The plant will outgrow its current pot in a year and will need to be repotted in a slightly larger pot in a well-draining and rich potting mix.
Propagation: The plant can be easily propagated by dividing the root system in different sections and planting them individually in pots of appropriate size.
1. How often should I water a Button Fern?
The plant grows on forest floors and loves humidity, water the Button Fern on alternate days to keep the soil moist, but not soggy, at all times. Mist regularly for rich dense foliage.
2. Why are my Fern Button leaves curling?
If your Fern Button leaves are curling, it is a possible sign that the roots are drowning in water. Check the soil and drain excess water and ensure that your pot has an unblocked drainage hole.
3. Why are Button Fern fronds yellow and wilting?
Yellow and wilting fronds of Button Ferns indicate that you are overwatering the plant.
Style and Decor
Light Requirements: She prefers indirect, subdued light.
Locations: Place the Button Fern in areas that get indirect medium light. They look spectacular in hanging baskets in bathrooms also as focal pieces in a corner.
Styling/decor tip: In modern chic decor, hang the Button Fern to line the staircase when you don’t want to use paintings or pictures. Hanging these atop a French window or the door to the porch is also a great use of the Fern Button for home decor.
This dependable plant baby will complement any spot you want her to adorn. She is low-maintenance, air purifying, and cute as a button, literally. She has a slender appearance owing to lush foliage that is made up of tiny dark green leaves spaced out on a delicate stem. The easy-going Button Fern is perfect for your table or in a hanging pot.
Lights, Water, Action
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Bright indirect sunlight
Water once a week
Where to grow
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