Fernwood Tree Fern Substrate 10LPurchase Online
All online orders are for delivery throughout New Zealand only, prices may vary between the online store and physical store locations.
Plants ordered on Thursday and Friday will be dispatched on the following Monday to avoid dehydration over the weekend. With the increased Covid restrictions our Freight times are 2 days for South Island and 4-5 days for North Island *Once the package is with the courier. Please note that all our plants are shipped from our Christchurch base. Price per item: $35.996 in stockQuantity: Add To Cart
Orchids A Plenty- A superior orchid potting medium for your favorite Orchids including Phalaenoposis, Phragmipedium, Dendrobium, Paphiopedilum, Oncidium, as well as a wide range of other epiphytes and ferns.
Capillary Action- Fernwood's Tree Fern Orchid Substrate has a natural wicking action that sucks up water like a sponge and evenly distributes it throughout the orchid potting medium. Allowing every part of the root structure access to the moisture and nutrients necessary for strong and healthy growth.
Less Watering- Locks in moisture without becoming oversaturated. Meaning that unlike generic orchid potting mix and orchid bark that tend to dry out quickly and need frequent watering, your plants will maintain their ideal moisture level and do so for longer while still getting much needed aeration.
Superior New Zealand Tree Fern- Fernwood tree fern substrate is softer and more porous than South and Central American alternatives and it's not to be confused with what others might call Orchid dirt or Orchid soil. Tree Fern is a soft, fluffy, orchid growing media that is responsibly harvested and fully sustainable.
Reptile Terrariums- Create the perfect reptile jungle or reptile forest floor look and feel with Fernwood tropical substrate. Makes a 100% organic reptile bedding. Used as reptile substrate it encourages burrowing, increases humidity, and acts as a natural odor eliminator.
All Fernwood Products are manufactured from New Zealand Tree Fern which is sustainably harvested from privately owned forests