Hi everyone! I'm new to the forum and decided to make an account to have the best shot at keeping my rabbits foot fern alive (its my third attempt at one). It came in a 6in pot from trader joes. The rhizomes were pressing up against the decorative pot which is just a little taller than the nursing pot its planted in. I have since taken it out of the decorative pot and put it in a shallow and wider decorative pot, but it is still within the nursing pot. Since it seems to be outgrowing the nursing pot, I want to fully plant it into the decorative pot it is sitting in right now. Unfortunately, it does not have a drainage hole, but I was thinking of just potting it in sphagnum moss so I can just pour out excess water. Does anyone have experience using just sphagnum moss as a substrate for these ferns and/or know if I should just get a size up nursing pot for it to then put in the decorative pot instead? I love these ferns, but have had bad luck in the past, so hoping to do it right this time as it seems to be liking the lighting of its current placement. Thanks!