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  • Nephrolepis Boston P 17 cm

Nephrolepis Boston P 17 cm

The Air So Pure Nephrolepis is a strong air purifying plant that requires little care. The lush plant exudes health and tranquility and is a jewel for any interior. Minimum purchase 4 pieces
Type:
Nephrolepis
Article number:
jav-b6ra
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Available
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Height (incl. pot):
± 50 cm
Pot ⌀:
17 cm

Nephrolepis Boston

Origin

The Nephrolepis is also called curly fern. It originates from New Zealand and tropical Asia. The name is derived from Greek words: nephros means kidney and lepis means scale. These terms refer to the kidney-shaped cover leaves on the spores. The Nephrolepis belongs to the oldest group of plants on earth and is therefore often found as a fossil.

Species

The Air So Pure Nephrolepis is available from small to very large, so that for every interior a suitable plant is available. They have in common that they grow luxuriantly, last for years and are easy to care for.
Each species has its unique properties such as leaf color, volume and plant diameter. We combine these properties with the most suitable pot size.

Pitch

The Air So Pure Nephrolepis is a grateful plant. The fern likes to be in a light place but not in full sun. A light and humid environment is ideal.

Care

A temperature of 18 ° C to 25 ° C is ideal for the Air So Pure Nephrolepis.
In the winter period watering is sufficient once a week, but in the summer 2 times a week is recommended. For a healthy Air So Pure Nephrolepis it is recommended to add some plant food to the irrigation water once a month. Give water through the side in the potting soil because in the middle a bald heart gives.

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