Every year, I buy ferns for our patio, then when it starts to get cold outside, I bring them in. They last about a month, then I have to throw them out and vacuum the trail of dead leaves that it leaves. Well, I have finally figured out why those stinkin ferns do so well outside and not so great inside…it’s the humidity. Huh? Well, outside, they aren’t only getting watered, but the humidity in the air is helping to keep the fronds moist as well, which keeps those leaves from drying out! So…other than watering only when the dirt is getting a little dry, you need to spray the fern fronds with water every few days to keep them moist as well! Just a few spritzes of water will keep your ferns happy and healthy!
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