What makes it Unique?
- A beautifully bushy houseplant with an unusual symmetrical appearance.
- Needle-like leaves with a soft, delicate, and feathery texture.
- Drought-resistant nature and needs only a little care to keep thriving.
How to care?
- Best for growing outdoors, but save them from direct and scorching heatwaves of sun.
- Easily thrives in both pots and planting beds without much-needed care.
- Keeping them in the shade or bringing them indoors in colder climates such as winters is recommended.
- They prefer soft light, and it is recommended to keep them in filtered sunlight.
- Foxtail ferns contain tuberous roots that absorb moisture and use water when the soil gets dry.
- Always use a well-drainage potting soil to let the moisture supply throughout the plants quickly.
- They need to be kept outdoors unless the climate becomes cold such as in winters.
- Fertilize your foxtail ferns in the main growing seasons, such as early summers and springs.
- If the size and shape grow unusually, you need to prune them from time to time.
- They are succulent plants and do not need frequent watering sessions in average climate conditions.
- Their leaves may start turning yellow due to nutrient deficiency. So, make sure to fertilize them frequently in case of yellowing leaves.
- Do not re-pot them immediately as you receive the plant. Wait for about two weeks to let the plant regain its strength from travel socks.
- Keep the Foxtail fern in bright direct sunlight after receiving for 3-4 days, and then move to an indoor space.
- They are highly poisonous to pets and children. Make sure to keep children and pets away from the Foxtail ferns.
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