Achieving a lush lawn doesn't have to be a constant struggle. And you don't have to pay big bucks for a lawn service to douse your yard with chemicals either. Growing healthy, green grass is mainly just a matter of knowing what to give your lawn, and when to give it.
Boston Fern Care. Keep the soil damp. If the soil becomes dry, the fern plants die out. Therefore, make sure you water the plant as and when the soil seems dry. You can even soak the Boston fern plant pot once a month. Another aspect of Boston Fern Care is fertilizing. You need to add a balanced 10-10-10 water-soluble liquid houseplant fertilizer to the plant just a few times in a year. They do not need a lot of fertilizer for their growth.
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When repotting a plant, turn a plastic pot upside down in the new, larger container and add soil around it. When you're done, pull out the plastic pot and there will be plenty of room inside the bigger container to place your plant's root ball. | Photo: Nancy Andrews | thisoldhouse.com