Staghorn Ferns


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Iv been raising these for a while my oldest is almost 30 years old,
I just set them out again last week



 
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I love those plants, used to have them years ago. Yours are beautiful.
 

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Thanks
they are the only ferns i over winter in doors they are real clean and easy to keep
 

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Nice stags! That bottom one is BIG! I guess it gets to hot or something here for them, Never had much luck with keeping them more than about one season, Then again, Most ferns don't do good here. The only one we have that has stayed and thrived came up wild and I have no idea what kind it is. Thanks for sharing!
 
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Water water thats all they need..the large ones can hold about a gal indoors before dripping out the bottom, out side i fill them up
 

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Looks good DrDave

I was watching one of the animal shows the other day and the home owner had to call the animal rescue guy to get a family of raccoons out of a large stag horn
 
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I have at least 2 different kinds,one is way bigger than my original plant
I bring them in before it gets down in the lower 30s
 

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