Kimberly Queen Fern – Sword Fern (Nephrolepis Obliterata)
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Kimberly Queen Fern is a species of plants family lomariopsidaceae, native to tropical and subtropical rain forests all over the world. A common characteristic of the plants are that they possess branched stems, complex leaves and roots. Having dual organs, these plants are capable of self-fertilization. The spores, being relatively light are able to transport themselves through long distances, ensuring survival of their species. Below are the specifications of offered plant:
Plant name: Kimberly Queen Fern
Plant size: 6-10 inch approx
Potting medium : Potting mix
Pot size: 6 inch plastic pot
Location: Indoor, Shade
Light: Shade, artificial light
Watering: Frequent, like moist soil
Temperature: 16 to 32 degree celsius
Ferns are perfect houseplants which survive in adverse conditions for a plant, these are adaptable to low or artificial light and human livable temperature range at ease, these will not disappoint or need much of your attention to bring tropical look and clean harmful pollutants from the indoors air. While growing as houseplant, ferns require moderate bright light, little humidity and over watering. Ferns have existed from prehistoric period due to their ability to adapt and self-reproduce, they will continue to thrive in the most extreme conditions.
Due to the extensive number of species, different types of ferns are able to grow under different type of climatic conditions. Their needs are diverse and extreme. Some species of ferns can tolerate extreme heat and drought whereas some grow well with enough water and warmth. Typically, most ferns are found in the tropical regions where the climatic conditions are most feasible.
Ferns are known to have the ability to remove chemical pollutants in the air, specifically Boston Fern (Nephrolepis exaltata ‘Bostoniensis’) and Kimberly Queen Fern (Nephrolepis obliterata) were part of NASA clean air study and found to be effective in removing formaldehyde, xylene and toluene. Ferns are extensively used as indoor landscape plants to beautify the surroundings.
We have tested its different varieties by placing them at living rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, thick shades at Delhi weather conditions for more than couple of years and it works. The plant does not require to be fed or watered frequently, watering it once in a month and a spoon of fertilizer every spring in the indoor conditions, makes it more than happy.
Go ahead and buy the plant online or by visiting our offline store for more exclusive collections, the plant tolerates ignoring nature, adds exotic elegance to the interiors design, improves air quality and helps to fight sick building syndrome.
Sonal Vohra (Senior Product Analyst) –
Ferns require little humidity to grow well, needs to add small unpolished pebbles and water in a tray underneath of planter with good drainage hole to have good doing fern plants. These are air purifier, easy care, hardy and low light indoor houseplants. Excellent look and feel.