The Victorians consider ferns a symbol of humility and sincerity, so please don’t boast or lie in its presence.
One of the most well-known of the Fern family and are often admired for their desirable traits as a houseplant.? ? Boston Ferns can be displayed in any number of ways in the home, including on shelving, in hanging baskets, or even as lush specimen plants on the right windowsill.?
?They are relatively easy to care for however, figuring out what this fern likes, is fundamental to keeping it in good nick.
Like a lot of ferns, she’s used to living in partial shade, so she’s ideal for a room with lower light.
She likes moist soil, so check her weekly and water whenever the top inch of soil is dry. Let any excess drain off.
She really really loves humidity. Misther a couple of times a week or let her live in the bathroom, basking happily in steam.