Kimberly Queen Fern


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Hey there, I am Kimberly Queen Fern. My attractive feather fern leaves will surely look delightful in your home. I appreciate a little TLC, so I need someone who will take good care of me. Don’t get me wrong, I’m easy to grow indoors, just give me a little lovin’ and I’ll provide you with the cleanest air. If you like to water plants, then I’m the one for you. I’m one of the most pet-friendly plants all around.

🌱 Care Level – Easy: The Kimberly Queen Fern is a hardy and easy-to-care-for plant, making it an excellent choice for beginners.

🐾 Pet-Friendly – Safe: This fern is non-toxic and safe for pets, a great addition to any pet-friendly home.

☀️ Light – Moderate to Low: Prefers bright, indirect light but can tolerate lower light conditions. Avoid prolonged direct sunlight to prevent leaf scorch.

💧 Water – Consistent: Keep soil consistently moist, but not waterlogged. Water when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch.

🌫️ Humidity – Moderate to High: Enjoys humidity but is more tolerant of dry air than many other ferns.

🌡️ Temperature – Moderate: Thrives in temperatures between 60-75°F (15-24°C). Avoid exposure to temperatures below 50°F (10°C).

🌍 Hardiness Zones – 9-11: Can be grown outdoors in these zones. Typically grown indoors in cooler climates.

🌿 Fertilizing – Light: Fertilize monthly during the growing season with a diluted, balanced fertilizer. Reduce feeding in the winter.

🪴 Re-potting – Every 2-3 Years: Re-pot when the fern outgrows its container or the soil becomes compacted.

🧹 Cleaning – Easy: Dust the fronds regularly to keep the plant healthy and improve its appearance.

🌱 Propagation – Division: Propagate by dividing the root ball during re-potting, usually in the spring.

🌎 Origin – Australia: Native to Australia, the Kimberly Queen Fern is known for its upright, sword-shaped fronds and robust nature.

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