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|Comment||Dan. Thank you so much for your quick answer. I am happy to know what type of plant it is and also that it is more tolerant than I had feared. Possibly it's tolerant nature has been what has kept it alive for five years, I won't be so afraid to re-pot it ! Thanks again for taking the time to answer my question. Your generosity with your knowledge is much appreciated. Cindy|
I can answer all types of questions regarding ferns: their physiology, life cycle, taxonomy, culture (for both the professional and hobbyist), home and garden application and care, site suitability, and more. I can also answer questions in the fields of greenhouse production, foliage plants, and houseplant care, along with questions in the general field of ornamental horticulture. I may be able to identify fern and foliage plants by photo, but I am unlikely to be able to do it by description (though I will never turn down a challenge). I am not an expert in crop, field, and agronomic production. I am not an expert on annuals, perennials, tree & shrub crops.
I am a horticulturist with a formal education and twelve years experience in commercial fern and tropical foliage production. I also served as Adjunct Professor of Horticulture at Florida Southern College.
Florida's Nursery Growers and Landscape Association: current member and Action Chapter Board Member 2006-2008.
I have a BSc in Environmental Horticulture / Business from Florida Southern College, specializing in Greenhouse Management and Production.
Awards and Honors
FNGLA Action Chapter President's Award 2006-2007, numerous academic awards 2001-2005.
Through my place of employment, I serve hundreds of commercial growers across the country and beyond.