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    • Kristie Pate

      How to grow beautiful Boston Ferns!

    • Felicia Griffith

      How to grow beautiful ferns #Recipes

    • Debra Moore

      How To Grow Big Beautiful Boston Ferns #Recipes

    • Shawna Cantway

      How to grow HUGE Boston Ferns: 1) replant in 12-14 in diameter pots; 2) re-pot using a mix of potting soil and some horse manure; 3) water frequently (2x/day in hot weather); and 4) if they start losing their dark green color, find some good fertilizer for acid loving plants and follow the instructions.

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