Humata tyermannii known as the ‘White Rabbit’s Foot’, ‘Silver Hare’s Foot’, ‘Bears Paw Fern’. A tender fern usually grown as a houseplant. The fronds are triangular in outline, dark green and very finely divided. Furry, silvery rhizomes creep across the surface then dangle over the sides of the container. This is one of the easiest ferns to grow. It will flourish in a brightly lit spot (away from direct sunlight), and as it loves high humidity, is happiest in bathrooms or kitchens – ideally away from radiators.
Name: Humata tyermannii
Approx. Eventual Height and spread: 30CM x 50CM
Position: Indoors. Bright indirect light.