I wish I was good with plants... I kill all mine and have terrible light in my apartment ... so im envious of even your Exhibit B
Just goes to show...It's not always ME that kills those plants!!...Um...I mean, exhibit A is really full and pretty. ^_^
Mebbe Exhibit B doesn't like the window? Ferns do like shade...They both look sumptuous though.
tell me about your winter watering and feeding schedule. my ferns always die!aleksandrafollow our foster: loveandaleash.wordpress.com
Who knows with plants... certainly not me. I can't even keep my basil plant alive.
I think the "bad" fern is either getting too much light, too much heat, or too wide a range of temperature fluctions with being next to the window.
I'm thinking too much sun? But don't pay attention to me. I've never grown a plant successfully in my life.
Unfortunately all my plants are exhibit B's.I am a plant killer.I admit it.
Yep. Know all about this. Except...I have only one plant, and it looks like the one on the right. You've really opened up a therapy session for all the plant killers!
Reading all the previous comments, I see I'm in good plant killing company. I think the one on the right is actually at my house..or it's twin is anyway. I do well with outdoor plantings, but bring them inside and they all have a suicide pact. Good luck though!
In my house, all ferns are dead ferns :(Karihttp://dogisgodinreverse.com/
I'm so glad I could give all you plant killers a safe space to speak your truth.The weird thing? When I say 'rotation schedule', this includes switching locations. Once every two weeks, they trade spots, so no matter the light, they each get the same amount/kind.Isn't this WEIRD?!
Maybe Exhibit B is a Charlie Brown fern. Looks good to me!
Yeah, I'm a total plant-killer. That's why I stick to fake ones. I was about to go with the whole window/too much light theory, until I read your comment about your rotation schedule! So I won't pretend to know anything more than that. :)Thanks for stopping by my blog!
LOL. Sorry. I don't mean to laugh but this totally reminds me of my 5th grade science project-Do Plants Need Sunlight? I had 2 identical plants in the same place in the house but one was covered with a paper bag and the results look very similar to your plant sitution. I doubt you covered one with a paper bag, but if you did, you may want to remove it from time to time. I kid..i kid...thanks for the flashback!
Your comments give me a thrill. Thank you.