Cycas revoluta - Sago Palm
Davallia fejeensis 'Rabbit's Foot'
The Rabbit’s Foot Fern features wiry stalks and thin, upright fronds comprising lacy leaflets. The fuzzy rhizomes growing above the soil surface are its most distinctive feature of this species. Also known as the Squirrel’s Foot Fern. When you transplant this beauty don't bury its fuzzy rhizomes or they will rot.
- Light: Low light – This plant needs very little natural light and can be placed almost anywhere.
- Water: Very Thirsty - This plant is very thirsty and needs to be checked on 2-3 times per week and watered when the top of the soil feels dry to the touch.
- Tips: This plant likes humidity. Avoid watering right into the center of the plant as this can encourage mold growth and rot.