Fern Asplenium in the photo reveals in all its glory

Three main types can be seen fern Asplenium in the photowhich are widely used in indoor landscaping. This Asplenium is a nesting, bulbiferous and ancient, perennial fern and lives well indoors.

This fern is not suitable for a garden, as this plant is tropical and very demanding:

- to the temperature regime (in summer it is advisable to keep the fern at a temperature not higher than twenty degrees, and in winter - not higher than eighteen degrees);

- lighting, it should be soft and diffused, direct sunlight is contraindicated for Asplenium;

- humidity, the fern should be sprayed daily, watered regularly, but not over-water the Asplenium.

For ferns Asplenium it is necessary to choose light deciduous and sod soil, feed with a small amount of fertilizer.

Asplenium, depending on the species, is propagated in different ways.... The nesting Asplenium forms lateral shoots, with the help of which it is propagated. The bulbous Asplenium is propagated with the help of buds, which appear on the leaves and give roots. The ancient Asplenium is propagated by spores.

If the leaves of a plant lose their color, wither, dry out, then, most likely, either the temperature regime is violated or there is a problem with moisture. From the images of the Asplenium fern in the photo, you can determine what is the reason for the change in the leaves of your fern, and also determine whether the plant is attacked by pests - spider mites or thyroid glands, which must be dealt with using chemicals and plant hygiene.

However, there is a kind of Asplenium that can be used in the garden too.... it Asplenium Kostenets - a small plant that can be planted in rocky gardens, rock gardens, retaining walls. He loves semi-shady and shady places, prefers dryness, sandy soil and drainage, so as not to clog. It reproduces in large bunches or spores.

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