Includes: 1 Maidenhair Fern in a 6 inch pot. Easy Care: Ferns are easy to care for and will live for years. houseplant: Great indoor houseplant that can even thrive in low light rooms. Shipping: Your Plants include expedited shipping ensuring a healthy vibrant plant arrives at your doorstep. Ferns are some of the oldest Plants in the world—they've been thriving for 300 million years and grow in an astonishing array of environments. As houseplants, they've been in cultivation for centuries. Worldwide, the American Fern Society estimates there are about 12,000 species of ferns, ranging from cold hardy to tropical, and ranging in size from miniature to the monstrous tree ferns of New Zealand and Australia. Fern Care: Ferns like moist soil and regular waterings. Try pouring the water directly to the base of the plant to care for ferns. Light: Although most ferns grow in moist shady places like forest floors, this does not mean that they need no light. Their normal situation in the wild is dappled light, and if the light level in the home is too low, you will see poor growth and yellowing fronds. Give your ferns a position near a window that gets morning or late afternoon sun, and keep the ferns away from strong sunlight, especially during the summer. Direct sunlight will make them lose their leaves or turn their fronds yellow. You can keep your ferns in dim light as long as you give them regular breaks in bright light. They can be given artificial light, but this should be from a special gardening bulb or a fluorescent strip. Ordinary light bulbs generate too much heat. Water: Most ferns like an evenly moist soil with regular waterings. Allowing the soil to dry out between waterings stresses these Plants. Bushy ferns can be difficult to water. Try using a watering can with a long spout to direct the water to the center of the plant. Water generously, until it drains out of the bottom of the pot. Temperatures: An individual ferns place of origin and adaptability will determine how high or low temperature the fern needs. Most ferns don't like cold temperatures. Those ferns from tropical regions truly appreciate 60-70 F (15-21 C.). Those from more temperate regions enjoy temperatures between 50-60 F. (10-16 C).