What Kind of Fertilizer Do You Use for Boston Ferns?

Answer Boston fern (Nephrolepis exaltata) and its numerous cultivars grow throughout the warmest regions of the United States (namely, USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11). Native to Florida, Louisiana, Texas, A... Read More »

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Are Boston Ferns Perennials?

Boston ferns were developed by F.C. Becker, a florist in Cambridge, Massachusetts, who noticed an unusual fern in a shipment of ferns and propagated it in 1894. The resulting cultivar became wildl... Read More »

Do I remove the fronds from Boston ferns?

Remove Boston fern fronds when they start to turn brown and die. This allows more space for the new fronds to grow. Since fronds are delicate, ferns typically do best when placed in low-traffic are... Read More »

Have you tried this kind of fertilizer?

I have used something very similar. Except we don't have a septic system at home, but I do work at an RV repair shop. So I just empty all the holding tanks here at work and take it home with me. ... Read More »

What kind of fertilizer do you use on a holly bush?

Holly bushes can be an iconic and beautiful addition to your landscape, but as with many garden plants, they need specific elements to thrive. Use fertilizer to give your soil the correct pH balanc... Read More »