07:38 You can call it Davalliaceae, Davillia Fejeensis Ferns or also known as Rabbit’s Foot Fern Plant this is the same name of this indoor house plant here you can see Davillia Fejeensis Ferns Rabbit’s Foot Fern Plant care propagation method and its photos gallery.
Practically all other ferns require a good deal of humidity, but this elegant and vigorous example does not and so thrives indoors. The unusual creeping rhizome, rather like a rabbit’s or hare’s foot, which grows over the edge of the pot, is the main feature of the plant.
These brown rhizomes, which are covered with white-tipped hairs, can extend to 3ft/90cm, and if several of them are placed in a hanging basket or in a pot on a high window ledge, they will in time take on an almost spiderlike appearance. Dark wiry stalks emerge from the rhizomes, and these produce light green, triangular, leathery fronds as much as 12in/30cm long. Plants lose and then replace their leaves once a year.
If the fronds turn brown or become sparse, the conditions are too hot or dry. Raise the humidity level around the plant and water it more regularly.
Aphids and scale insects tend to attack this plant; check frequently for signs of infestation. FACT FILE
HEIGHT To 18in/46cm.
POTTING MIX Peat-moss- or soil-based.
REPOTTING la spring move the plant into a pot one size larger; top- dress a mature plant. The root system is shallow, so use a half-pot.
PROPAGATION In spring by sections of rhizome, each with some roots and frond growth. Plant the sections in a mixture of peat and sand, then water and place in a propagator. Keep out of direct sunlight.
KEEPING PLANTS Plants will last for 5 or 6 years if well cared for.
PLANT CARE Davillia Fejeensis Ferns Rabbit’s Foot Fern Plant
- Bright fight at all times but not direct sunlight. Minimum winter temperature of 55°F/13°C, with normal room temperature at other times.
- Water thoroughly during the growing period but do not allow the plant to become waterlogged.
- In winter, allow the top of the soil to dry out between waterings.
- Stand the pot on a tray of moist pebbles to increase humidity, and mist the plant regularly.
- Apply weak liquid fertilizer every 2 weeks throughout the year.