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The Pyrrosia lingua, also known as the Tongue fern, is an intriguing and beautiful fern species that draws attention with its unique properties. This unusual fern belongs to the Polypodiaceae family and is prized for its striking appearance, easy care and air-purifying properties.

With its large, tongue-shaped leaves that have a rich, deep green color and a slight wavy texture, the Tongue Fern adds a touch of natural elegance to any indoor or outdoor space. This fern has a creeping habit and can cling to trees or rock walls, making it an interesting addition to a vertical garden or shady wall.

One of the standout features of the Pyrrosia lingua is its adaptability to different growing conditions. This fern thrives in shady areas and tolerates moderate light. In addition, the Tongue Fern is relatively tolerant of drier conditions, making it suitable for regions with a temperate climate.

The care of the Tongue fern is simple and undemanding. It is important to keep the soil slightly moist, but the plant also tolerates temporary periods of drought. Regular misting helps to increase the humidity around the plant, which is especially beneficial in an indoor garden.

The Pyrrosia lingua is not only a beautiful plant to look at, but it also offers some ecological benefits. As a member of the fern family, it contributes to purifying the air and improving the indoor climate, creating a healthier living environment.

In addition, the Tongue Fern is a perfect plant for a terrarium. With its compact size and adaptability, it thrives in a closed environment. The Pyrrosia lingua adds a touch of natural splendor to your terrarium, making it an ideal choice for lovers of these miniature gardens.

All in all, Pyrrosia lingua is a great choice for plant lovers looking for a striking, easy-care fern that will shine in both indoor and outdoor spaces. Add a touch of natural elegance to your living space or terrarium with this special Tongue Fern!

Pyrrosia lingua 7 cm pot

  • 7 cm

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