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Monday, February 19, 2018

Staghorn Fern - Update

Finally, the male-part of the leaf is taking shape and taking cover over the rootball.
Kind of nice to see how it envelops the whole thing and the 2 split-leaf formation on the cascading leaves is just amazing over the water pond.

I found that I can add some plants into the fern rootball and somehow it adds some nice strong features. Here I added ribbon fern (hope I got the name correct)
It does look a bit rough.. and so, hopefully it takes the graceful look in falling properly.
Only time will tell - whether it will grow properly or suffer & die.

This was rescued.. a small strand - growing in between the nook & corner.
I'm guessing it's button ferns and looking forward to see it full grown features.

1 comment:

Barbee' said...

I didn't know that was the male portion of the staghorn fern. Interesting, handsome plants.

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