As a relatively recent addition to the world of popular houseplants, the China doll has quickly gained widespread availability. This tree-like plant has glossy, mid-green leaves that are divided into smaller leaflets.
For countless aeons, ferns have graced our planet. They existed long before dinosaurs roamed the earth!
Most ferns like moist or humid environments, whether they be tropical or temperate.
Bathrooms, kitchens, and dark hallways are ideal environments for ferns. Anywhere that does not receive direct sunlight.
Ferns should never be allowed to dry out. For best results mist occasionally and place your plant on top of a tray of wet pebbles. This will help create a humid microclimate around the fern.
Fun Fact: Some ferns grow on things other than soil, like tree trunks and rocks. These are called epiphytic ferns. Because of this, you can affix them to a plank of wood and hang them as a piece of living wall art!