The long, dark green and leather finger-like fronds of the Kangaroo Paw Fern 6" (Microsorum diversifolium) define this adaptable houseplant. Long, semi-wiry stems hold up the herbaceous fronds which are dark green and sit at the end of the stem. The fronds are uncommon for ferns and they may also have indentations on the edges or be smooth.
The Kangaroo Paw Fern thrives in medium to low light. Plant in well draining soil in a container with a drainage hole and saucer. They like moist soil but they don't want to sit in a pool of water. Pick a pot and our staff will gladly help pot up your plant for you. Then, have our drivers deliver for you.
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