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Australian tree fern

  • Subject: [ferns] Australian tree fern
  • From: "Leslie Bursey" lbursey@hoerbigercorp.com
  • Date: Mon, 15 Sep 2003 16:44:24 -0400

I have one that was just put in a larger pot.  It was all tree fern bark
in the previous pot, no more soil.  Now it is leaning over and when I
wiggle it it's pretty obvious that it has become loose when the plant
hits soil level.  What happened?  Any other care tips?  It's in full sun
and that doesn't seem to bother it.  (In South Florida.)  Thanks.

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