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Bird's Nest Fern (Asplenium Nidus) Live Indoor Houseplant, 6 Inc

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Bird's Nest Fern (Asplenium Nidus) Live Indoor Houseplant, 6 Inc

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Characteristics

Their bright, lime green leaves with contrasting dark midribs and unmistakable wavy texture will liven up any party. All of these leaves emerge from a central area with small leaves constantly appearing. These little fronds lead to the plant's namesake nest-like look. It's the gift that keeps on giving. 


Origin / Native Habitat

Native to tropical regions (hello Hawaii, Thailand, and Polynesia, for example), this plant typically grows on the rainforest floor or on top of tree trunks. While life may seem rough high up in the forest canopy, bird's nest ferns do just fine. These clever plants absorb water from their humid environment and take in nutrients through their leaves.


"strong"Naming

Asplenium nidus also goes by bird's nest fern, or simply nest fern.


Care Instructions:

Water: These plants don't tolerate drought well and won't be as forgiving. Keep the soil moist but not saturated. Water weekly if using the right soil such as that described below.


Light: As part vampire, keep this plant out of direct sunlight and the bird's nest fern will be happy just about anywhere. Place it in the center of your bright living room, in the corner of your one-window kitchen, or in a dimly lit hallway.


"em"Soil: They like chunky soil that allows water to freely drain. However, it prefers a mix of peat and coarse bark rather than sandy soil. A potting mix labeled for orchids, another type of epiphyte, is a great choice.


"em"Fertilizer: During the active growing season (April-September), use a watering can to apply a houseplant fertilizer once a month. Be careful of too much of a good thing though. Avoid nutrient burn by diluting the fertilizer to half strength.

Bird's Nest Fern (Asplenium Nidus) Live Indoor Houseplant, 6 Inc

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