Tuberous Sword Fern/Boston Fern (Nephrolepis cordifolia)
The Tuberous Sword Fern swarms our landscapes and is easily found at many nurseries around the county. It goes by many names, including Boston Fern. You can easily confuse the tuberous ... READ MORE
An economic study done in 2015 by the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) Food and Resource Economics Dept. determined that the central Florida area producers, combined with landscape firms and retail ... READ MORE
One of the most popular household plants for homeowners is the Boston Fern. Boston Ferns are often used as indoor foliage plants in pots or hanging baskets or are grown outdoors in landscapes as a groundcover in shady areas.
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A: My first question to you was whether or not you had Boston fern in the flower beds. Once you said yes, I knew the growths were the bulbuls of the invasive Boston fern, Nephrolepis exaltata. They are sold at most of the garden centers in hanging ... READ MORE