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What are ferns?

Ferns are unique and fascinating plants that have attracted human attention for centuries. They are known for their unique physical features, such as their leaves and their reproductive structures, the spores, which are often found on the underside of the leaves. There are over 10,000 species of ferns, each with their own unique characteristics and habitats. In the wild, ferns grow in forests, along streams and waterfalls, and in other moist, shady areas. In gardens and indoors, ferns are often used to add atmosphere and texture to the environment. ​


Ferns have played an important role in human culture for centuries. In many cultures, ferns are believed to have healing properties and are used to treat headaches and respiratory problems, for example.


Ferns are also rich in nutrients and used as a food source in many parts of the world. ​ Ferns are special plants that have attracted people's attention for centuries. With their unique physical characteristics and cultural significance, ferns have become indispensable in today's world.


How are ferns made?

Growing ferns is roughly done in 3 steps. First the sowing, then the transplanting and finally the potting.​

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