Kimberly Queen Ferns

Nephrolepis obliterata

Growzone: 9-11

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This Plants Growzone: 9-11
Growing Zone: 9-11
Mature Height: 12 to 18 inches
Mature Width: 18 to 36 inches
Classification: Green Foliage
Sunlight: Bright indirect light to mostly shade
Habit: Cascading, dense
Flower Color: Does not flower
Foliage: Greenm tight fronds
Soil Condition: Must retain moisture
Water Requirements: Does not like to dry out between watering
Uses: Excellent individually or in a container or hanging basket, inside or out

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The Kimberly Queen Fern or the Australian Sword Fern is a more compact fern than the Boston or Dallas fern. Great for hanging baskets with its tightly joined fronds. Very Easy to Grow Indoors. It does equally well on a shaded outdoor patio or balcony.


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Growing Kimberly Queen Ferns at Home

Kimberly Queen Fern finds its way into hanging baskets and mixed annual containers for the summer because of its easy going, full nature. Luckily, Kimberly Queen Fern can also handle dappled shade, and indoors it just needs some light from a windowsill and some humidity. Kimberly Queen Fern is a classic houseplant or hanging basket for summer outdoors. It doesn't require much light, and handles even the shadiest spots outdoors. Kimberly Queen Ferns require consistent moisture, and can not handle going completely dry. They also like a fair amount of humidity if kept indoors, making these ferns a fabulous addition to kitchens or bathrooms. These ferns are loved for the dependable, easy nature. All they require is some water and a little bit of light to be happy. 


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