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Phlebodium blue star, also known as Blue Rabbit's Foot Fern, is a beautiful fern that can be grown in a terrarium with proper care. Here are some tips to help you grow Phlebodium blue star in a terrarium:

  • Choose the right terrarium: Phlebodium blue star needs a terrarium with good drainage and ventilation. Choose a container with an opening or lid that allows for air flow.

  • Use well-draining soil: Phlebodium blue star prefers well-draining soil that is high in organic matter. A mixture of peat moss, perlite, and coarse sand works well for this plant.

  • Provide bright, indirect light: Phlebodium blue star thrives in bright, indirect light. Place your terrarium in a location where it will receive plenty of natural light but avoid direct sunlight.

  • Keep the soil moist but not waterlogged: Phlebodium blue star prefers moist soil but can be prone to root rot if overwatered. Water your plant when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch.

  • Maintain high humidity: Phlebodium blue star prefers high humidity environments. Keep the soil moist and mist the leaves regularly to maintain the humidity levels.

  • Fertilize sparingly: Phlebodium blue star does not require a lot of fertilizer. Use a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer at half the recommended strength once a month during the growing season.

  • Prune regularly: Phlebodium blue star can grow quite large if not pruned regularly. Prune back the plant to encourage bushy growth and prevent it from taking over your terrarium.

With these tips, you can successfully grow Phlebodium blue star in a terrarium and enjoy its unique, blue-green foliage. Just be sure to monitor the plant for any signs of stress and adjust the care accordingly.

Blue Rabbit's Foot Fern - Phlebodium blue star

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