Rabbit's Foot Fern - Davallia in 2.5" Red Recycled Plastic Pot

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The outer pot is made out of 100% locally sourced plastic waste. We use #2 and #5 plastic, which comes from post-consumer food waste plastics (to-go boxes, brewery pack rings, milk jugs, yogurt containers, and more) and crafting supply waste (thread spools) Each pot will have slight variations in pattern and color, no two are the same. One drainage hole is drilled in the bottom. We shred up clean plastic and melt it down in a injection mold process to make all of our recycled pots! These cool little ferns are clean and easy to grow. By clean we mean that they don't continually drop small leaves like other ferns do. When mature the fern grows soft "rabbits feet" around the exterior of the pot. The Davallia fejeensis, better known as the Rabbits Foot Fern, is one of the most unique and 'easy to grow' ferns available. The fronds grow out of a rabbit foot looking rhizome as you can see in the picture below. This fern does not need constant moisture like most fern do and will survive with dry soil for short periods of time. As the Rabbit Foot fern grows, so does the hairy rhizomes, totally engulfing the pot in a few years. Place your "Rabbit-foot Fern" in bright indirect light or filtered light. Avoid areas of high heat as this will burn the delicate fronds. Keep the soil moist but not soggy. It can be allowed to dry, occassionaly Feed bi- monthly with a balanced liquid fertilizer such as Peter's Plant Food. When mature your plant will develop brown circles under the leaves... these are not bugs, they are spores. Spores are basically the same as seeds to other plants. Propagate by dividing the rhizomes.
  • Recycled pots will have slight variations in pattern and color
  • Prefers bright, indirect light or morning sun
  • Easy to grow house plant, keep evenly moist not too wet or dry
  • Colorful pot made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic!
  • Immediate shipping