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I don't have a pond where this particular fern might thrive, but I am looking for helpful tips on how to keep this plant happy during the winter. I'm in L.A. where the nights can be cold and the days can be comfortably warm during the winter. I read somewhere that repotting should be done in spring as well as feeding, but watering should be continued throughout the cold months to keep the soil damp. Is it feasible to leave this plant under the open sky during light rain without damaging it?


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get him an aligator..
Bier de Stone wrote:
I don't have a pond where this particular fern might thrive, but I am looking for helpful tips on how to keep this plant happy during the winter. I'm in L.A. where the nights can be cold and the days can be comfortably warm during the winter. I read somewhere that repotting should be done in spring as well as feeding, but watering should be continued throughout the cold months to keep the soil damp. Is it feasible to leave this plant under the open sky during light rain without damaging it?

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