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This week's warm spring weather has gotten us excited about sprucing up the garden. One of our favorite plants is the staghorn fern, which we use a lot for its beauty and versatility. We have dozens of staghorns in the Schoos garden, with the largest ones measuring up to 7 feet high! These photos show some of the ways we use them, from covering a wall or fence, to hanging from trees, to growing in a potted arrangement, to filling out a foliage screen. Of course, it helps to grow big, healthy staghorns if you live in a warm climate like we have in southern California; but, anyone can raise staghorns if they are brought inside for the winter. But keep them out of direct sun or they can become burned and discolored. They are happiest underneath a canopy of trees with plenty of moisture. Water them at least twice per week, even though they are very hearty and forgiving if you happen to forget!