How to Repot Houseplants - Potting On With Rootscape - Boston Fern
We recently re potted this lovely big fern that had quickly outgrown the old pot.
Whilst doing so I found some tubers so I'm hoping they will grow new plants😎 - ive put them in another pot grow.
We used our new Rootscape House Plant Blend.
Most ferns like moisture, acidic soil and a shady spot.
Misting regularly especially in warmer weather is always recommended.
Usually do well in bright but not direct sun and kept watered well.
Still allow for drainage though , they don't want to be constantly sat in a puddle of water.(around 5%) Worm Castings.
The plant was slightly rootbound in its old white pot so I used a plastic knife to go round the edge and gently ease it out of the old pot. After it was potted up in the new container I trimmed off any brown dead bits and gave it a good watering.
here's some clips:
Learn more about Rootscape Potting Mix for house plants here
also available as an 'additive' to mix with your chosen compost, coir or other organic matter. a full range of soil improvers can be found here
checkout these other indoor gardening articles:
mixing plants in the same pot - companion planting with orchids - here's an idea of how it can be done
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