Ferns in Pots, Grows Great in Shady Spots | via IOTA Australia

The potted feature plant in a shaded alcove or even indoors is a common element of a modernist home.  The list of suitable and attractive species is quite extensive, ranging from the dramatic spikes of Mother-in-Law’s Tongue (Sansevieria trifasciata) or the large glossy leaves of the Split Leaf Philodendron (Monstera deliciosa).

Ferns have long been a popular feature of Australian gardens and this post from Iota Australia shares some tips for having your own potted fernery.

Ferns in Pots, Grows Great in Shady Spots by Iota Australia

“Ferns are fabulous and make a beautiful addition to your garden. Having been around for millions of years, ferns usually grow in the forest, in rocky hills and in sand, but can also grow in pots with other plants or you can mix it with other flowers. You don’t have to worry about growing ferns in pots.

This plant is not needy as it only needs little maintenance and can be useful to fill in the gaps in your container garden. Though it is not of major importance economically, it can be gathered for food, research, medicine and even for ornamentals which could also benefit you especially when you have it at home.”

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