Gardens and homes all over the world welcome ferns to bring life to their most difficult terrain: shade!

How to winterize your plants

So you splurged and treated yourself to a eucalyptus tree, an oleander, a mimosa tree, a lemon tree or an olive tree? Here is how to protect these plants over the cold season.
Winterizing plants

Hart’s tongue fern, a fern for the home

Hart’s tongue fern is a wonderful, refreshing fern to grow in both house and garden. Hart’s tongue fern facts Name – Asplenium scolopendrium Formerly – Phyllitis scolopendrium Family – Polypodiaceae Type – fern, perennial, indoor plant Height – 16 to 20 inches (40 to 50 cm) Exposure – part sun, shade Soil: ordinary   –   Foliage: evergreen   –   Flowering: none […]
Harts tongue fern

Royal fern, Osmunda regalis

Royal fern is a massive fern that grows into tall clumps. Osmunda regalis, as it’s called, definitely has a kingly bearing! Royal Fern or Osmunda facts Name – Osmunda regalis Family – Osmundaceae Type – fern, perennial Height – 5 feet (1.5 meters) Exposure – part sun Soil – rather moist Foliage – deciduous Flowering – none […]
Osmunda regalis

Propagating perennials

A critical step in the life of perennials, dividing your perennial renews the plant’s vigor and propagates it in stride.
Division of perennials

Which air-purifying plant to get first?

As they breathe and grow, these plants purify pollutants out from the air… and they’re beautiful, too! Discover Ficus ginseng, Tillandsia andAnthurium, three plants that have what it takes to make your day!
Dracaena and ficus are two air-purifying plants, here filtering both light and air
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