In article <3A005346.A3D3FF8F at trytel.com>,
Cathy Krupovich <cathyk at trytel.com> wrote:
> I have a beautiful Boston fern that thrives in the
> location that I have for it. My question is ... as time
> goes on the old fronds lose their leaves and I'm not sure
> what to do with all these old dried up fronds (or stems)
> that are mostly under the new growth. It is almost like
> a thicket at the soil level! Should I clean them out
> somehow? Besides this, it looks great and appears
> very healthy. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
just prune all the old growth out to keep it nice and tidy, i have
often given ferns a full trim off of old growth towards the beginning
of the new growing season this makes keeping them tidy a bit easier.
happy gardening 'it works for me it could work for you'
"in the end ya' gotta do what ya' gotta do!!"
but consider others and the environment.
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