Golden fern | Boston fern | Nephrolepis Exaltata Aurea


20 in stock

Full Sun

Once per day

loose, fertile, loam


These evergreen terrestrial or epiphytic ferns have short rhizomes and usually wiry spreading runners.

What you get:

  • Potted plant (Plant + pot)
  • Free gift
  • Instruction card for plant care


Nephrolepis exaltata is considered as being a serious invasive plant, forming dense monocultures. It has 50 to 250cm (20 to 98 inch) long and 6 to 15cm (2 to 6 inch) broad in tufted clusters arising from underground rhizomes. The individual pinnae (leaflets) are as much as 2 to 8cm (1 to 3 inch) long and shallowly toothed, but not further divided. The pinnate vein pattern is also visible on these highly compound leaves.

Common Name:Golden Fern
Botanical Name:Polypodiopsida
Care Taking:Easy
Sunlight:Full Sun
Placement:Indoor, Outdoor
Soil:loose, fertile, loam
Watering:Once per day

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  • Nephrolepis exaltata needs moist soil at all times is advisable, without the soil becoming soggy.
  • In their natural habitat these ferns will be provided small amounts of sunshine under trees, shaded. The best light conditions to provide is indirect sunlight, although a small amount of sunlight encourages growth.
  • Peat moss potting soil mixes are best suited with per-lite added combined with all-purpose soil. The soil needs to be able to retain some water but also have the ability to drain fairly well.

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