The Frosty Fern is known for the slightly silvery appearance of its foliage that resembles frost on a cold winter morning. It does best in higher humidity with slightly moist potting mix.
Thrives in bright indirect light. Not suited for direct sun.
Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out half way down between waterings. Increase frequency with increased light.
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Not a true fern, the Frosty Fern belongs to the ancient lineage of clubmosses. Native to the Azores and parts of Africa, this low-growing plant has frond-like leaves and spreads far and wide. Its fern-like characteristics and the slightly silvery appearance of its foliage, resembling frost on a cold winter morning, have given it its common name Frosty Fern. It will thrive in bright indirect light and when kept moist. These plants are great for terrariums where humidity levels are high.
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