***This post is a part of my April A to Z series where this year I will be highlighting different plants each day. Check out this page to see all of my posts combined on one easy sheet. ***
Davallia fejeensis (Rabbit’s Food Fern)
This fern is well known by its fuzzy rhizomes sprouting new growth as it spreads.
Lighting: indirect bright light
Soil:moist soil, but not soaked
Temperature: 60-75 degrees F.
This plant can be mounted into a background or in the substrate. The fern can grow 6-10″ tall which makes it perfectly suited for the vivarium.
$5.79/each at NE Herp
Photos taken by NEHerp. Check them out here.
Josh’s Frogs offers a bunch of different Dieffenbachia, but I love how the leaves of the panther variety look.
Origin: Mexico & West Indies south to Argentina
Lighting: medium – high light
Soil: let the soil dry out for a bit before watering
Temperature: 60-80 degrees F
Due to the potential size of this houseplant, it can remain within a terrarium for around a year before it will need to become a dedicated houseplant ( or in my house a cat snack).
$4.49/each at Josh’s Frogs
Photos taken by Josh’s Frogs. Check them out here.
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