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A foxtail fern is not a true fern. Rather, it is an evergreen flowering plant that comes from the lily family, according to Gardening Know How. Foxtail ferns do not reproduce from spores like ferns do; they produce seed ... More »

Caring for a frosted fern requires you to place the fern a in shady, humid location and then regularly provide it with water and high-nitrogen fertilizer. All you need is spend a few minutes every day to ensure that your... More »

Ferns do well in pots if you give them adequate moisture. Consider double-potting, with the inner pot providing about 1 inch for root growth. Fill the space between pots with moist sphagnum moss to increase the humidity.... More »

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