Rabbit's Foot (Davallia) Fern Hanging Basket

R 159.00 R 165.00

The Davallia genus of ferns includes about three dozen species with lacy upright fronds that all share a delightful, quirky trait—they grow from creeping scaly rhizomes that are covered with a fine, fur-like mat of hairs. This fuzzy rhizome is the source of the common names for a select group of Davallia species commonly grown as houseplants: rabbit's foot, hare's foot, squirrel's foot, deer's foot. In their native habitat, these ferns are usually epiphytic—growing on other plants and absorbing nutrients and moisture from the air.