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Davillia caneriensis

Hare's Foot Fern

Davillia caneriensis Hare's Foot Fern
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Care Information

  • Site

    Light shade.

  • Temperature

    Average warmth.

  • Water

    Water well in the growing season but do not allow the compost to become waterlogged.

  • Feeding

    A liquid feed every month or so.

  • Tip

    Mist the hanging rhizomes occasionally and don't overfeed.

Davillia caneriensis

Hare's Foot Fern

What a scary plant! Davallia is like a cross between an asparagus and a tarantula. Little known and hard to forget Davallia is great for a bathroom but don't flush it down the plughole!

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  • Davillia caneriensis Hare's Foot Fern

Self Watering Container?
These plants are also available ready potted in one of our self watering containers (see container pictures below)... the price includes the plant, self watering system and container. All the plants will arrive all potted up with the self watering system installed, just unpack it and enjoy!

Self Watering Container?
These plants are also available ready potted in one of our self watering containers (see container pictures below)... the price includes the plant, self watering system and container. All the plants will arrive all potted up with the self watering system installed, just unpack it and enjoy!

Care Information

  • Site

    Light shade.

  • Temperature

    Average warmth.

  • Water

    Water well in the growing season but do not allow the compost to become waterlogged.

  • Feeding

    A liquid feed every month or so.

  • Tip

    Mist the hanging rhizomes occasionally and don't overfeed.

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