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Scale Fern plant or spores! Asplenium ceterach with Phytosanitary certification and Passport, grown by moss supplier

Scale Fern plant or spores! Asplenium ceterach with Phytosanitary certification and Passport, grown by moss supplier

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We sell Asplenium ceterachas spores in a mixture of agra-agra cloning agent and sterilized water.

These syringes are easy to use, just place an amount on the substrate or rock wall interior or extrior allow a few hours for the Agra-agra to solidify no need for watering as the agra-agra contains enough water to get the fern going.

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This species is often put into the separate genus Ceterach Willdenow as Ceterach officinarum Willd.
Identification is easy because of its peculiar pinnatipartite fronds, submarginally anastomosing veins, and the dense, abaxial scale covering.

How To Grow
ferns can be grown in a moist terrarium, aquarium, or in small plastic boxes, as long as it is not too hot. These locations allow for better-controlled growth conditions and modifications to allow as much expansion as possible.
Low light and some added CO2 can kick ferns growth rate to an accelerated new level.

Our Clay discs are inoculated with thousands of spores. Your clay disc arrives dehydrated. First rehydrate your disc by placing in a bowl or plastic container and covering it with water, leave it for about 1 hour. You can either use your disc whole or dive her into smaller pieces. She can be squished into cracks in walls or rocks or placed on top, it is advised to push down and hold your disc to its forever place then do not disturb. Do not put the disc under a running water feature as the clay will run off, this will disperse spores everywhere.

ferns are the type of plant that will require a large quantity of water and high humidity spraying the leaves regularly is advised.

Adding diversity to an enclosure is key to an aesthetically pleasing enclosure. Try mixing up the look of your vivarium with different flora that can easily co-exist in the same types of environment.

Common Name: Scale Fern
Asplenium ceterach
Plant growing in rocks

General Information
Asplenium ceterach is an evergreen fern growing from a short and erect or spreading rhizome.
It produces a cluster of fronds up to 20cm long and 5cm wide.
The plant is harvested from the wild for local use as a medicine.
It is grown as an ornamental in gardens.

Eurasia - Britain to Spain and eastwards th the Caucasus, central Asia, Pakistan; Africa - Macaronesia, north Africa to Egypt, Levant

Limestone rocks and mortared walls, dry rock crevices.

Medicinal Rating * * *
Habit Evergreen Fern
Height 0.15 m
Cultivation Status Ornamental, Wild
Cultivation Details

A calcicole plant, it requires a freely draining but moist alkaline soil.
It is a perfect plant for moss terrarium, Indoor or outdoor moss gardens and living walls.
It tolerates full sun but prefers a position with at least part-day shade and also grows in deep shade
Plants can be grown in old brick walls.
In very dry conditions the fronds roll up into a tube shape, unrolling with the return of moisture.
A very ornamental plant

The whole plant is antitussive and diuretic
It is widely used in the Mediterranean to treat gravel in the urine and is also used with other mucilaginous plants to treat bronchial complaints
The taste is very bitter and needs to be sweetened with other herbs such as liquorice.
The plant is harvested from late spring to summer and can be dried for later use.

Spores - best sown as soon as they are ripe on the surface of a humus-rich sterilized soil.
Keep the compost moist, preferably by putting a plastic bag over the pot. Germinates in spring
Spring sown spores germinate in 1 - 3 months at 15°c
Pot on small clumps of plantlets as soon as they are large enough to handle and grow them on in light shade in a cold frame or greenhouse.
Keep them humid until they are well established. When they are at least 15cm tall, plant them out into their permanent positions in late spring or early summer.


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