Asplenium nidus [Bird's Nest Fern]
The Bird Nest fern offers a unique and fun look to any room in the home. Its ruffled edges and wavy leaves make it an attractive centerpiece for any area or container plant arrangement. Like all ferns, the bird nest fern enjoys humidity and consistently moist soil. Ferns are ancient plants, dating back to Prehistoric times, even before the dinosaurs. Ferns became popular indoor plants during the Victorian Era. Today, they are used as specimens in atriums, greenhouses and conservatories and we find them in the smallest apartments and some of the largest homes. They offer a quiet, graceful beauty that softens landscapes indoors and out.
Low Light and High Light
Never below 55°F
Keep soil moist, but do not let the plant stand in water or let the soil dry out
20-36"H x 20"W
This plant is not intended for human or animal consumption
Eliminate Toluene and Xylene