By Raffaele Di Lallo, Author and founder of Ohio Tropics houseplant care blog
Do indoor ferns purify your home? A study by NASA documented the ability of indoor plants to remove a variety of harmful air pollutants commonly found indoors. And it turns out that ferns were some of the best plants for removing indoor pollutants. Learn more here.
Fertilizing indoor ferns isn?t complicated, but it helps to be armed with useful information, such as the best fertilizer and when to feed fern houseplants. Learn all you need to know about fertilizer care for ferns indoors in this article.
Ferns provide airy foliage and texture for the home gardener, both as indoor and outdoor plants. Propagating ferns is easiest by division, but they can also be grown from their spores. Learn more here.