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Old 06-29-2020, 11:33 PM
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I've been researching how to propagate my fern in my terrarium, please see images - is it ok to cut and plant these parts?[IMG]https://ibb.co/pRL9SCR
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Yes, but you should likely wait until a new plant has fully formed on that stolen before separating it.
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Thanks Ray, did you see the other image? is it OK to cut and plant that part, the frond is beginning to form?
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Wait until the new rhizome is firm and turning brown.
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Thanks, most of the rhizome is brown only the end is green, the other image has a frond forming apart from the main plant, is it OK to cut and plant this. I'm being very cautious as I lost a nice fern 2 months ago trying to transplant it.
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Fern spores germinate quite easily. Have you considered going that route, instead of cutting the rhizome?
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Yes I'm actually in the process of try, waiting on some peat moss at the moment.
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