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Selaginella picta

Item number: BJ2876

Very beautifully marked Selaginella, rare species. You will receive one plant in 8cm pot. Ideal are warm and humid temperatures.

Category: Farne


24,90 €

including 7% VAT., plus shipping

Old price: 29,90 €
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Shipping time: 3 - 5 workdays

Pcs.


Description

The Selaginella picta is a rarity very sought after among fern collectors, which with increasing maturity is characterized by extraordinary leaf ornamentation. For above evenly arranged rows of deep green leaflets, it forms another row of smaller white leaflets each, which give it the appearance of being decorated with sequins. In care it is somewhat more demanding, it should preferably not be kept as a houseplant, but in a terrarium, where it can grow as a ground cover.
The product photos show examples of the plant. You will receive a specimen that corresponds in size, shape and coloring to the product photos.
- Delivery: in 8cm pot
- Growth type: upright
- Origin: southern China, Vietnam, Myanmar
- Other names: Selaginella picta

Ben's tips on plant care:

- Habitat/Light requirements: partial shade to shade.
- Substrate: very loose, permeable substrate such as Xaxim sprinkle or Ben's Premium Sphagnum moss
- Temperature: optimal at 22-28° C (day), 18-20° C (night)
- Watering: water moderately with lukewarm water with low lime content. Avoid complete drying out as well as waterlogging.
- Humidity: needs high humidity, place in terrarium
- Nutrient addition: in spring/summer fertilize moderately every 4 weeks with diluted liquid fertilizer. Avoid overfertilization at all costs.
- Avoid draught.
- Suitable as ground cover for terrariums and bottle gardens, but not necessarily as a houseplant in a pot.