Lemon Button Fern (Nephrolepis cordifolia “Duffii”), also called the fishbone fern, is a great little fern does well in a wide range of conditions. This a rare fern that is compact in size and is one of the few ferns that fairs well with neglect and does extremely well in wet habitats. It stays under 12″ tall and sends creeping runners which sprout new plantlets. When it is actively growing it has a very subtle, but clear lemon scent. It is an excellent house plant!
- When it is actively growing it has a very subtle, but clear lemon scent
- It stays under 12″ tall and sends creeping runners which sprout new plantlets
- This great little fern does well in a wide range of conditions
- Excellent House Plant
Frequently Asked Questions
How tall does a lemon button fern get?
They get up to 1 foot tall.
How much light does a lemon button fern require?
These are easy to grow and can handle a wide variety of light environments. They do best in medium, indirect light but also thrive in low light and bright light. Just avoid too much direct sun as the leaves could burn.
Are lemon button ferns safe for pets?
They emit a mild lemon aroma as they grow, thus their name. This may arouse some curiosity from your pets but a little nibble will not harm them.
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