Rabbit's Foot Fern
Humata tyermannii 'Rabbit's foot' fern
Ferns are one of the oldest types of plants on the planet, and they have evolved into an extremely varied family that is found all over the world. The few things that bind ferns together is that, for the most part, they want moist soil, they thrive in more humid climates, and they don't flower. The same lighting and water requirements don't apply for all ferns, so double check their care instructions and pay attention to how it responds to its environment. If you want a beautiful leafy green plant, and you know you love to water frequently, a fern might be a good choice! Rabbit's foot ferns are a really fun variety, so named for the fuzzy legs that grow at the bottom of the leaf bush. Sometimes, these fuzzy limbs grow over the sides of their containers, giving you a really unique looking plant.
Light: Shade Tolerant
Ease: Easy Breezy
Pet Friendly: Yes
Care: Rabbit's foot ferns are chemical sensitive! If they look like they need a little cleaning, you can gently rinse off their leaves in the shower.