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    • Dee Dahlstrom

      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.

    • Linda Holt

      How to grow HUGE Boston Ferns! | House of Flowers Blog Put in a 14 inch metal bucket....drill holes in bottom for drainage... If loses green color ... Get fertilizer for acid plants.

    • Nelia Karimi

      How To Grow HUGE Boston Ferns - 1.) Re-pot into something that will allow more growth...bump your pot up at least 4" or more. 2.) Water every day 3.) As far as keeping them fertilized...don't over do it. If your fern starts losing its dark green color, add some good fertilizer for acid loving plants.

    • Kelly Brand

      How To Grow Big Beautiful Boston Ferns, wonder what would happen to my already huge ferns!?! lol TT

    • Alex Wehmeyer

      Gardening Plant Tips - How to grow HUGE Boston Ferns!

    • Tina Beatty

      How to Grow HUGE Boston Ferns #garden

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