How to Plant a Fern Garden

Native shade plants and half-shadow ferns of Brazil walked a little “fallen” in recent times. But they gave back over and now appear repaginating in pots, gardens, balconies or frames-green, indoors or outdoors. The landscape Gigi Botelho, who was at the Casa Cor 2008 with lush proposal with ferns and other species of shade and semi-shade Brazilian, believes the appeal of them is in its practicality: give less work and less cost to the customer. Here’s how to make the most of these plants. “Who has fern at home can try to reproduce the natural environment of it – slopes, or always on a tree.” It is protected by other vegetation, and its great villain is undoubtedly the wind. Open air corridors and balconies should be avoided. Overall, the ferns go well in the home environment, because they are resistant to pest attack. The substrate, in turn, must always be moist but not soggy. Good drainage is vital to them. “As in other plants, watering fern is linked to the sun, wind and relative humidity,” says Gigi Botelho. “The secret is to use common sense and keep an eye on the time, to know when the plant needs water.” The landscape also indicates bromeliads and orchids for arrangements in closed places such as offices and receptions, or RAFIs (large plant can have more than 1.5 m high) for large vessels in open places or environments with air conditioning. “It’s a Coringão” says Gigi. Leave for smaller vessels ferns, because they require frequent watering. At the same time, beware that they do not survive the air conditioning. For those who prefer the frames-green, which are the structures of various smaller vessels, can plant various plants and combine them very well with shade plants and half-shade ferns.

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