Online + Etsy stores are updated! 🌟⠀⠀⠀
Stock will be sporadic over the coming months as I'll be doing more markets. So if there is something in particular you have your eye on, get in quick! 🏃🏼♀️
ferngully jr (you know i name everything 🤣) is officially inside for the season, hogging up a corner of the living room - I thought I wanted to hang it in here, but I kinda like it like this 😍🌱 #bostonfern#jungalow#decoratingonabudget
Ferns can be a tad finicky, but once you know some key tips and tricks you can grow the most gorgeous ferns on the block.
1. Proper soil is key. It is important to choose soil that drains well, such as peat moss. Ferns don't like wet or water logged roots at all.
2. Take it easy on the light. They actually prefer earlier morning sun or late afternoon sun. Don't expose your ferns to too much direct sun.
3. They thrive on humidity. Keep the fern in a warm place and mist once a week. 4. Fertilize. Do fertilize your fern every 3-4 weeks. It is advised that you use a liquid fertilizer as it is slow releasing and won't shock or burn out the plant.
5. Remove damaged fronds. If you notice any of the plant is turning brown or decaying, it should be removed immediately.
And now you're ready to start growing these ferns.You will find that they can be quite decorative to your home and garden, plus the plants can be divided as they grow giving you free plants.
Boston fern + the Annie Hammock 😍
Happy Hump Day! When the week feels LONG we look to the courageous Annie Peck who scaled her last mountain at age 82 (she climbed Mt. Madison in New Hampshire). If an 82 year old can scale mountains, we think it's possible to make it to Friday. You got this! 😉🙌🏽💗