Davalliaceae is a genus of perennial, fast-growing, exotic species of fern (Davalliaceae). The natural area of distribution is mainly in tropical Asia, found in China, Japan, Polynesia and the island of Java, the Canary Islands.
Some species are widespread in crops, cultivated indoors, usually in greenhouses, often as ampel plants.
The folk name of this fern is “Hare’s Foot”, or “Deer’s Foot”, which is usually referred to as the most popular species in ornamental floriculture – Dawallija Canaria.
Care and maintenance
Watering: rest period – moderately; active growth period – moderately.
Temperature: period of rest – 13-24 ° C; period of active growth – 16-24 ° C.
Transplanting: as needed in spring.
Reproduction: by dividing the bush.
Soil: A mixture of leafy soil, peat and sand (1:1:1), always good drainage, roots do not fall asleep.
Feeding: During the period of active vegetation with liquid fertilizer 2 times a month.
Pests, diseases, problems: shield, the plant does not grow or grows very badly.