Rabbit's Foot Fern
Rabbit's Foot Fern is a member of the Davallia family. Its botanical name is Davallia fejeensis.
From Fisher Nursery: Prefers indirect light. Moderately moist soil. Moderate to warm home temperatures 65-75F (18-24C). Generally hardy to 40F (4C).
From the Brooklyn Botanic Garden website:
Hardiness: USDA Zones 10–11
Grow in pot
1–3 feet tall
Excellent for growing indoors in pots or hanging wire baskets, rabbit’s foot fern produces broad, 1- to 2-foot-long, finely dissected bluish-green fronds. A tree-dwelling evergreen species from Fiji, it gets its unusual name from its large, fuzzy surface-level rhizomes, which typically creep over and down the sides of the pot. Grow the plant in equal parts peat moss and chopped bark, with bright indirect light and high humidity. Water moderately, and mist frequently in summer.It is a non-edible fern and is treated mainly as an evergreen, so it retains its leaves throughout the year. Rabbit's Foot Fern is known for growing to a height of approximately 90.0 cm (2.93 feet).
Fiji is believed to be where Rabbit's Foot Fern originates from.
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Recommended soil 50/50 peat moss/chopped barkPosition in a full shade / dappled sun location and remember to water moderately. Use Zone 10 - Zone 11 as your guideline for the appropriate climate for this plant. Rabbit's Foot Fern is generally regarded as a tender plant, so remember to wait until your soil is warm and the night time temperature is well above freezing before moving outside.
These plants have been known to grow well alongside Rabbit's Foot Fern so consider planting:
These plants will not grow well with Rabbit's Foot Fern so avoid planting these within close proximity:
These problems, diseases and pests are known to affect Rabbit's Foot Fern plants:
Tropical fern which is Originally from Fiji
Davallia fijiensis, Davalia fijiensis, Davallia fijense, Davalia fijense
Misspellings: Davallia fejeensis, Davalia fejeensis, Davallia feejeensis