Name: Asplenium parvati Family: Aspleniaceae Country of origin: Norfolk Island Diameter of the vase: 14 cm Height: 30 cm History and curiosity: The ferns peeped into the earth more than 350 million years ago!
The Asplenium Parvati belongs to the boundless family of the Ferns that has more than 11,000 species. The main feature of the ferns is propagation, wrapped in mystery until the end of the 18th century, which occurs with a system of spores that propagate the new plants in the ground. The Asplenium Parvati loves humid places and with a low light, it is a typical plant of the undergrowth that thanks to the hydroponic system that always guarantees an optimal humidity is perfect even for domestic environments and above all it is one of the office plants ideal thanks to its modest need for light. The Asplenium Parvati is characterized by small rounded leaves that remotely recall those of the parsley that together make up the typical "triangular" shape of the ferns.
The care of the Asplenium Parvati in hydroculture is really simple, just place the vase containing the expanded clay substrate and the plant in a place away from direct sunlight and keep the water level inside the vessel constant in order to enjoy the green of this beautiful fern all year.
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