170mm Sword Fern - Nephrolepis obliterrata

I/N: 0065145
Price correct as at Wed 26 Sep 2018 7:46:29pm
Add to Store Order
Products can be picked up or delivered. Your local store will contact you to confirm stock availability, delivery charges and organise payment.
Add to Cart
Confirm whether the customer will pick up their order or have it delivered. Contact the supplier to confirm stock availability. If applicable, please organise payment at this time.
Not all products available in all stores
Contact your nearest store for product information.

Special Order

Contact your nearest store to order

Product Description

The Nephrolepis obliterata is native to Asia and Australia. This variety is commonly called the Sword Fern or the Kimberly Queen Fern. The Sword Fern has lacy green leaflets which sway in the wind upon tall and erect fronds. The Sword Fern plants are most often grown in hanging baskets or as potted plants in and around the home.

  • Even though the Sword Ferns are the most sun tolerant of all ferns, they still grow better in light shade.
  • They also are able to do well in full shade and almost full sun due to their very adaptable nature.
  • They survive in moist to well-drained soil, because they have a fine root system they need an open potting mixture that allows air and water to flow.

Product Details

Product Dimensions (mm)
W:170 H:500 L:170
Common Name
Sword Fern
Botanical Name
Nephrolepis obliterrata
Pot Size (mm)
Fully Grown Height (please specify m or cm)
Fully Grown Width (please specify m or cm)

D.I.Y. Advice


Planting & Growing 10 fast growing plants for privacy These 10 fast growing plants from Bunnings Warehouse will make you help decide which quick growing tree to plant around your fence line for privacy.

How to control weed organically

Planting & Growing How to control weeds organically There are plenty of organic ways to keep weeds at bay without the need for nasty chemicals. Here are some top tips from Eco Organic Garden.

Person setting out the garden bed 05:37

Planting & Growing How to build a garden bed Transform your outdoor area by learning how to build a garden bed. It’s easy to do, just follow our step-by-step guide.

Dig the holes for planting the hedge 02:04

Planting & Growing How to plant a hedge There are many different varieties of hedging plants to give your garden some extra dimension or added privacy. We’ll show you how to plant a hedge that is perfect for your garden.


Planting & Growing How to plant and care for succulents Succulents come in a huge range of colours, shapes and sizes, will grow just about anywhere and don’t need much looking after, making them a plant that’s perfect for even the most novice gardener. If you’re new to succulents, here are some tips from...

Removing plant from old pot 02:18

Planting & Growing How to re-pot a plant Learn how to keep your plants healthy by repotting them.

Person trimming the hedge with battery shears 01:28

Planting & Growing How to trim hedges Hedges are an excellent way to add shape to your garden. Here are a couple of tips to effectively trim and maintain a hedge.

revive a lawn

Lawn How to revive your lawn Bunnings National Greenlife Buyer Rachel has some great ideas to help give grass a boost, and get your lawn back to its lush, green glory.

Top of the content