Unlike most ferns with their delicate lace-like fronds, this fern comes with wide strappy fronds in the most striking silvery-blue color. While it prefers indirect light it can handle lower light conditions making it a great way of adding a pop of color in any room.
Grow Pot Size: 4” and 6” Overall Height Including Grow Pot: 10-16” depending on grow pot size. Plant Care Level: Medium
Ferns are top air-purifiers and love humidity! Place your plant in a bathroom or kitchen and watch it thrive.
Fern 'Blue Star' Care Tips
Binomial Name:Phlebodium aureum
Care Level: Medium
Light: Bright indirect or filtered light
Water: Allow top 2” to dry
Pet Friendly: Yes
The Fern 'Blue Star' Story
Where is it from? Tropical rainforests of South America.
Who is the Fern 'Blue Star'? The Fern 'Blue Star' is relatively adaptable and forgiving compared to some fern varieties, making it an excellent choice for beginners.
Good For You! Use your time misting this plant for self-reflection and peaceful thoughts!
Is the Fern 'Blue Star' the right plant for me?
Place your plant in a bright indirect or filtered light location. Keep the soil slightly moist, allowing for the soil to almost dry in between watering. Water thoroughly and drain any excess water. Use a well-draining, high organic matter soil mix.
Pet Friendly: Yes, but we recommend keeping plants away from curious pets.
Location Suggestions: These ferns look exceptional in bedrooms, bathrooms, and terrariums!
Keep the soil slightly moist, allow for the soil to almost dry in between watering. Water thoroughly and drain any excess water.
Average from 65°F to 75°F
Follow a monthly fertilizing schedule when the plant is actively growing. In most cases, this is in the spring and summer. Use a balanced fertilizer - this means a ratio of NPK that is all the same. Ex: 10-10-10.
Non-toxic. Always keep plants out of reach of pets and children.
Gently remove dried or brown stems at their base. No need to remove the rabbit feet.
General Information About Your Plant
Tropical rainforests of South America.
They have a blue hue to them and look almost like a fan leaf.
This can be done every 12-18 months. Choose a pot that is 2” larger in diameter than the original pot.
Use a well-draining, high organic matter soil mix.