Feature 13192304 | © living4media / Raider, Peter | 15 images

Ferns have been around for millions of years and are ideal for decorating

There is something very mesmerising about fern plants, be it that they accompanied the dinosaurs, their use in food and medicine, or simply their lush colour and intricate texture. It is therefore time to unpack the DIY toolkit and make ourselves some fern-themed table-clothes, blankets and much more!

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