Plant Heart Leaf Fern
Plant Heart Leaf Fern

Heart Leaf Fern

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The scientific name for the heart leaf fern is Hemionitis arifolia and is commonly referred to by a number of names, including tongue fern. First identified in 1859, heart leaf ferns are native to Southeast Asia. It is a delicate dwarf fern, which is also an epiphyte, meaning it grows upon trees as well. Plant Size Small: 3.5-4 inch standard nursery pot. Medium: 6 inch standard nursery pot. Light You should keep your heart fern in a warm area between 60 and 80 degrees. Do not expose the plant to direct sunlight but give it a lot of indirect light. Water Water: 3-4 days. Ferns love to remain moist at all times and never want to dry out. Drainage is recommended to prevent the soil from becoming water-logged. Fertilizer: If you feel the need to, you can use a balanced houseplant fertilizer once a month, or every other week in the summer. Plant Specific Care The heart fern houseplant needs bright, indirect sunlight. Keep the plant moist, but not wet, as it is prone to rot. Ideally, you should use soft water or let hard tap water sit overnight to dissipate the harsh chemicals and then use the next day. Heart fern is also prone to scale, mealybugs, and aphids. Pet-Friendly Plant Yes

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The scientific name for the heart leaf fern is Hemionitis arifolia and is commonly referred to by a number of names, including tongue fern. First identified in 1859, heart leaf ferns are native to Southeast Asia. It is a delicate dwarf fern, which is also an epiphyte, meaning it grows upon trees as well.

Plant Size

Small: 3.5-4 inch standard nursery pot.

Medium: 6 inch standard nursery pot.

Light

You should keep your heart fern in a warm area between 60 and 80 degrees. Do not expose the plant to direct sunlight but give it a lot of indirect light.

Water

Water: 3-4 days. Ferns love to remain moist at all times and never want to dry out. Drainage is recommended to prevent the soil from becoming water-logged. Fertilizer: If you feel the need to, you can use a balanced houseplant fertilizer once a month, or every other week in the summer.

Plant Specific Care

The heart fern houseplant needs bright, indirect sunlight. Keep the plant moist, but not wet, as it is prone to rot. Ideally, you should use soft water or let hard tap water sit overnight to dissipate the harsh chemicals and then use the next day. Heart fern is also prone to scale, mealybugs, and aphids.

Pet-Friendly Plant

Yes

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