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Doryopteris perdata, Digit fern (0.14mH)


Doryopteris pedata, or Digit fern, is a small, delicate, clumping fern that has black petioles. What is interesting about it is that it has 2 types of fronds - sterile fronds are maple leaf-shaped and fertile fronds are hand-shaped. Perfect for the vanity in a bright bathroom. Potted using leca, in a smoky glass cylinder.

  • Sunlight: Bright shade or artificial light. Do not place in a windy location. 
  • Water: Twice a week.
  • Feed: Feed a general purpose liquid fertiliser at least once a month.
  • Glass vessel and plant: 6.5cm width by 14-17cm height.

Each plant is unique and will differ from the image shown.


* Product photo shown is for reference only. Actual plant colour, type, size and arrangement may differ from photo.