The Davallia Fejeensis, also known as the Rabbit’s Foot Fern, is an epiphyte, which means that they grow on rocks and other plants. The Rabbit’s Foot Fern is easily recognizable as a fern because of its fronds that grow upright and display gauzy or lace like leaflets. The small leaves are attached to wiry stalks that grow from the visible rhizomes. These furry rhizomes creep over the pot and are considered the main feature of this species.
☀ Light :
Thrives in low to medium indirect light. Due to its sensitive leaves, too much light can result in burnt leaves.
Prefers moist soil. Allow the water to run out the bottom of the pot, water again once the soil feels barely moist.
+ Plant Tip :
To keep the leaves shiny, use warm soapy water occasionally to clean the plant’s leaves.