Growing Ferns Indoors

Ferns at home are a small group of houseplants, including several families belonging to the department of ferns. Most room ferns are quite unpretentious but require abundant wateringand are relatively shade-tolerant. Very often, the fern is grown in hanging pots, and especially large specimens, for example, Nephrolepidaceae, are used as single plants decorating the interior.

It should be remembered that ferns never bloom. Their leaves are called fronds, because they have an interesting feature: they continue to grow in length throughout life. Initially, the fern leaf is rolled up in the form of a snail, and as it grows, it gradually unfolds.

Adiantum
Adiantum
Asplenium
Asplenium
Blechnum
Blechnum
Davallia
Davallia
Didymochlaena
Didymochlaena
Microsorum
Microsorum
Nephrolepis
Nephrolepis
Pellaea
Pellaea
Platycerium
Platycerium
Polypodium
Polypodium
Pteris
Pteris
Phyllitis
Phyllitis
Hemionitis
Hemionitis

Cyrtomium
Cyrtomium