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The Fern Factory is a family owned and operated business established in 1990, and located in Anaheim Hills, California. Like many plant lovers, our fern growing hobby became our family business. Acquiring exotic plants proved to be a challenge, prompting us to grow our own ferns from spores and seeds. This proved to be a successful venture, enabling us to expand to the current greenhouses pictured on this web site. Our rarest fern species are still grown in our own backyard.

The Fern Factory offers a wide variety of Staghorn ferns, as well as other types of rare and common ferns. We have a wide selection of other tropical plants as well.

WHATS NEW TO THE SITE!!
Check out our new page of specials: http://www.fernfactory.com/Main/default/ProductList.aspx?cate=10 STAGHORN FERNS: we are adding new varieties of Platycerium staghorns and combination packs TREE FERNS: we are adding a few new varieties of Tree Fernsand combination packs FERNS MIXED: we are adding a few new varieties of Mixed Ferns and combination packs ... Read More
Tree Fern in your garden
Tree ferns are one of the largest groups of ferns. Widely popular among fern and palm collectors, most tree ferns have distinctive growth habits and are marked by a woody or fibrous trunk topped with a crown of sprawling fronds. ... Read More
What can I mount my staghorn to
The Fern Factory grows many varieties of epiphyte. That means these plants can grow on another plant but makes their own food, unlike a parasite which feeds on its host. So this means they can be mounted on just about anything. ... Read More
My staghorn is turning brown. What should I do?
Many species of Platycerium shield fronds turn brown after they mature. All of the pup-forming species can store large amounts of water in the cork tissue of old shield fronds and eventually all of these turn brown. ... Read More
On the underside of the fronds there is a brown fuzz, what is it?
This is normal and is the spore patch which is how the plant propagates. Spring might be reduced, this out-of-sequence blooming is not harmful, and, usually, there are still plenty of buds left to provide a spring show. ... Read More
Mounting staghorn ferns to a Tree
Mounting staghorn ferns to a Tree ... Read More
Watch a short video Growing from spore
A short video on How to grow ferns from spore ... Read More
Watch a short video Remounting Staghorn Ferns
A short video on how to divide and remount Staghorn ferns ... Read More
Watch a short video Mounting Platycerium bifurcatum on Moss Board
A short video on Mounting Platycerium bifurcatum on Moss Board ... Read More
Watch a short video Mounting a Platycerium bifurcatum on a Frenfactory board
A short video on How to mount a Platycerium bifurcatum on a Fern Factory Board ... Read More
Watch a short video Mounting The Fern Factory Board Platycerium superbum
A short video on Mounting The Fern Factory Board Platycerium superbum ... Read More
Watch a short video Mounting The Fern Factory Moss Board - Platycerium superbum
A short video on The Fern Factory Moss Board - Platycerium superbum ... Read More
Did you know there are 18 species of Platyceriums?
They fall into three groups from different regions of the world and out of the eighteen species six of them do not produce pups and therefore are considered solitary species and can only reproduce from spore * ... Read More
 
 
 
 
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