3 years to reach maturity
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Kimberley Queen Fern Overview
Nephrolepis obliterata is a tuberous perennial fern species commonly known by the name Kimberley Queen Fern. It resides in the Nephrolepidaceae family and is a common houseplant in many areas of the world. Similar to Boston Ferns, they are typically grown as an ornamental plant for the attractive foliage. This compact plant produces neat, narrow leaflets are alternatively arranged along long, upright stems. Originating from Australia and Eastern Asia, this plant is well suited to growing in a hanging container and copes well with dryer indoor air.
How to harvest Kimberley Queen Fern
Pick the strong green leaves to use in flower arranging.
How to propagate Kimberley Queen Fern
The stolons can be divided with a few leaves attached to grow into new plants.
The spores self seed easily to grow into new plants.
Special features of Kimberley Queen Fern
Can tolerate long periods with little water.
Other uses of Kimberley Queen Fern
Grow for both indoor and outdoors.