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davallia canariensis

Exposure

pianta davallia canariensisOne of the most important factors to take into account when growing a plant is exposure, i.e. the position in which to place our plant species. This is because each plant needs particular amounts of light or shade, humidity or rather dry climate and if we do not know at best these specific cultural needs, our plant may have difficulty in developing. The fern loves quite luminous positions, but far from the sun rays; especially in the warmer seasons it needs to be shaded.

It fears the cold, even if for short periods it can bear temperatures around 3-5°C; in summer it can be taken outside, sheltered from the sun and the wind, in autumn it can be taken indoors and placed in an averagely bright place.

  • Platycerium bifurcatum epiphytic fern native to southern Australia; of the genus platycerium do belong some ferns, all epiphytic, diffused in Australia and southern Africa; in the wild, they develop on the trunk and on the branches of the …
  • Selaginella It is a genus that includes many species of herbaceous plants belonging to the family of ferns, originating from Asia, Africa, Australia and the American continent. They have thin stems and are…
  • Asplenium Originating from tropical Asia and the Pacific Islands.

    Height 0.6-l.2 m, diameter 30-60 cm. ASPLENIUM NIDUS is in nature an epiphytic species that grows on trees: from this is derived its name…

  • Capelvenere The genus counts two hundred species of ferns, some rustic may be cultivated in the garden, others in the greenhouse and in the apartment. They are used as ornamental plants for their light and decorative foliage.

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Watering

davallia The davallia need abundant and regular watering throughout the year, the soil should be kept constantly moist, but not too wet to avoid root rot; it is also advisable to raise the humidity environment often vaporizing the fern with distilled water to allow it to grow in a habitat as natural as possible. Provide fertilizer for green plants every 15-20 days to encourage an abundant development of the leaves. The fertilizer should be administered with irrigation water.

Land

The soil is the main source of sustenance of plants because from it, they perceive the nutrients they need to live. For this reason, it is important to choose the ideal type of soil to best grow our davallias. These ferns love an acidic, sandy, loose, rich and very well drained soil; use a mixture of sand, peat and universal soil, mixed with soil for epiphytic plants, formed by crushed bark and sphagnum.

Multiplication

davallia The multiplication of the fern must be done in spring. It is possible to divide the heads of leaves, keeping the roots vigorous in each portion practiced; the new plants thus obtained should be placed immediately in a single container, avoiding the use of oversized pots. These ferns can be reproduced also through the spores, but it happens very rarely for the plants cultivated in container.

Fern – Davallia: Parasites and diseases

As for the parasites and diseases that davallia could develop, we must remember that these ferns fear radical rot, aphids, cochineal and whitefly. If attacked by parasites, use insecticides to be vampired with parsimony on the leaves, as they could ruin them, prefer insecticides to be added to the water of the watering.

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