Flowerbed, Formal Garden, Plant, Tropical Climate

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Flowerbed, Formal Garden, Plant, Tropical Climate

By Liz Baessler Staghorn ferns are remarkable plants. They can be kept small, but if allowed to they will get genuinely huge and imposing. No matter their size, their interesting shape, which is made up of two distinctly different types of fronds, makes for a stunning conversation piece. But for all their good points, staghorn ferns can be a little tricky to grow. Getting enough light for a staghorn fern to grow properly is very important. Keep reading to learn more about staghorn fern light requirements. How Much Light Does a Staghorn Fern Need? In the wild, staghorn ferns grow in the nooks and crannies of trees in tropical forests. This means that they are adapted to the bright but dappled sunlight that filters down through the branches of the trees. You can recreate this setup easily by hanging your own staghorn fern outdoors on the trunk of a large

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