Asplenium bulbiferum (email for availability)

Also known as Mother Spleenwort, this is a tufted evergreen fern with divided light green fronds. The apex of the fronds grow bulbils that make the frond droop with the weight, and once the bulbils reached 2 inches big, they fall off onto the ground growing into new ferns after the soil becomes moist. The feathery foliage is beautiful, displayed nicely in a hanging basket or growing in a shady spot in the garden.

Please email us with your zip code for availability. 

Description

Grows in shady moist areas. Pot in a well draining soil mix that still retains some moisture. Sand, Loam, Clay are some examples. Do not overwater, the soil should be evenly moist and watered once the top few inches of soil have dried. Reduce watering in Winter and protect from freezing temperatures. The bulbils are easy to propagate. 

Gardino Nursery