Is it possible to acclimate a Boston Fern to full sun?

tamasine(6)May 9, 2010

I aunt has a boston fern that has full sun for most of the day.And it looks healthier than mine.I heard that they burn in full sun.If I divided and tried to acclimate it,how would I do that?

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You are likely to have luck in cool, moist, coastal areas. If the fern is watered a couple times a day, you may have luck in temperate areas. Start after last frost in spring.

    Bookmark   May 24, 2010 at 9:43AM
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