Crocodile Fern - 5" pot

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Regular price $30.85

Crocodile ferns are some of our favourites because of their eye-catching leaves that resemble crocodile skin - hence its name! Its leaves give it a lot of personality, making it a great addition to your houseplant collection.

The plant does require a medium level of maintenance - thriving best in bright to medium indirect light and high humid environments. Add a pebble tray or humidifier, or mist the plant often to keep up the humidity. Water when top of the soil gets dry, keeping the soil moist. Pet friendly.

Crocodile Fern comes in a 5" plastic growers pot.

Care Level: Medium
Lighting : All but direct sun
Water: Keep moist, likes humidity
Pets: Pet friendly

Fern Overview

You’re going to want to pay your respect to Ferns – they’re one of the oldest plants in the world. 300 million years, to be exact. Possibly to your surprise, Ferns are not just tropical-loving plants. There are 12,000 species of Ferns out there growing in all sorts of climates that range from 2 inches tall to 30 feet high – nearly the height of a 3-story home! Ferns are very popular houseplants since they’re relatively easy to grow and their delicate-looking, lace-like foliage – known as fronds – are as inviting as those metal arms of a scalp massager you want to your head up against. While there are a lot of Fern varietals out there, they do all share one thing in common: humidity. Humidity is essential to the wellbeing of your Fern – if you have a particularly dry home then you may want to just look at the Fern and not take one home.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
J. Flora
cute as a croc

Was looking for something to brighten up our bathroom window sill...This one fit the bill! It loves the humidity and light. When delivered, it came intact; packed well in it's box. Plan to re-pot into the larger pot we ordered...looks great with drainage hole in the bottom and matching tray.
V. pleased with purchase and customer service from Chive--recommend!

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