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Re: Fern identification

Thanks Charles,
seems to be an Elaphoglossum herminieri. Are 15 (Euros) a good price?
Do you know something of the cultivation details? It's a low to medium light plant, which need well drained moist soil.
It's currently (seems to be) in a potting mix of peat moss (and probably earth).
What's about air humidity? Do they need a more acid or a more alkaline soil. Peat moss is more acid.
The dealer told me that they where unable to propagate them from spores. Are they more difficult than treeferns?


Baumfarne und mehr: http://www.baumfarn.at/treefern (http://www.baumfarn.at)

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