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(6 months ago)
Planting notes. Foxtail fern is hardy to about 20 degrees Fahrenheit; it's easily grown as a houseplant as well.
Outside, the plant grows well in full sun, with light afternoon shade in hotter climates. Native to the coast, foxtail fern grows well in rocky, sea-coast conditions and prefers moderately moist soil, rich in compost.
In temperate climates you can plant foxtail fern pretty much year-round. Mulch and water it well after planting to establish strong roots.