The hares foot fern gets its name from the furry rhizomes that grow on top of the soil and resemble a rabbit’s foot. They do well in low-medium light, watered weekly. The plant comes in 200 mm nursery pot.
BRIGHTNESS- Hare’s foot ferns like bright but indirect sunlight
WATERING- Water the plants lightly but often to keep the surface of the soil lightly moist. Misting helps keep the surface rhizomes from drying outLa Plant
FEED - Use a half strength liquid houseplant fertiliser during the active growing season.
REPOTTING- Hares foot ferns needs repotting about every two years, and the best time to repot is in spring.