Pellea is a family of ferns of the subfamily Cheilanthoideae of the family Pteridaceae. They are distributed in the southwest of the USA, in South America, Central and Southern Africa, Australia and New Zealand.
Pelleiades are round-leaved
Care and maintenance
Watering: period of rest – sparingly; period of active growth – abundantly.
Temperature: period of rest – 12-15 ° C, a period of active growth – 13-24 ° C.
Transplantation: as needed in spring.
Reproduction: the division of the bush.
Soil: a mixture of leafy land and peat in equal parts.
Fertilization: from spring to autumn every 2-3 weeks, using a complex fertilizer in low concentrations, not fertilized in winter. The plant responds very well to cow feeding.
Pests, diseases, problems: shield, leaves storm, twist, leaves pale, translucent, sluggish, leaves twist and fall, young leaves wither and die.