Phlegmariurus Carinatus, also known as the Solomon Island Tassel Fern is an exotic plant originating from the Solomon Islands.  The fronds on this plant have a unique textured with a slight curl at the end. 

These ferns are epiphytes/lithophytes meaning they establish aerial roots that absorb moisture from the humid air, allowing them to develop on other plants without harming their hosts. Tassel Ferns grown in a pot require a course potting mix generally consisting of chunky bark, perlite, and/or coir chips. It’s best to not let these plants sit on a tray of water as they can rot quite easily. It’s best to water when almost completely dry and fertilise regularly to encourage rigorous growth.

 (You will receive a bare rooted plant similar to the one seen in the images. Each living plant is unique and may vary slightly in size, colour or shape.)

Phlegmariurus Carinatus (Solomon Island Tassel Fern) NEW

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