Your rabbit foot fern will stay healthy and last for years with proper care and maintenance. Mix 2 cups of peat moss, 1 cup of sand and 1 cup of potting soil together to make the optimum growing medium for the rabbit's foot fern. Moisten the mix with water but do not make it soggy.How do you care for rabbit foot ferns?
Every two weeks, your rabbit’s foot fern care should also include watering the plant with a liquid houseplant fertilizer mixed at half strength. Rabbit’s foot ferns need repotting about every two years, and the best time to repot is in spring.How do you divide a rabbit foot fern?
Another method of dividing a rabbit's foot fern is to trim back all of the fronds to the base. Use a sharp knife and cut a cone-shaped section of rhizomes and roots out of the center of the root ball. Fill in the center hole you just created in the original plant with new potting mix, and pot the section you removed in a new container.What are rabbits foot ferns?
The rabbit foot fern (Davallia fejeensis) is a native of Fiji. It can be grown outdoors in warm climates (USDA hardiness zones 10 to 11), but is most commonly grown as a houseplant. The decorative fern's distinctive light brown fuzzy rhizomes resemble rabbit feet, giving the fern its name.