The so-called "nest fern" is known for its lush light green and its long fronds, which can be up to 1.5 m long.In contrast to most other ferns, it does not need high humidity and is better adapted to drier locations, as it grows in its natural location as an epiphyte in other trees.. You should avoid waterlogging as well as constant drought. Ferns want it to be nice and bright - that is the minimum requirement for most indoor plants. Even if it looked so good back there, by the television, you can't trick the plant's biology with design.
Plant approx. 45-55cm wide including clay pot and saucer; Sufficiently supplied with substrate nutrients for 1-2 years. An easy-care roommate on onem bright location without direct sun.Watering is only necessary when the top layer of soil has completely dried out.
With good care, spore-bearing structures in the form of strips develop on the underside of the leaves with age, which are often mistakenly mistaken for pests. But don't worry ... your nest fern is only feeling spring.
Info on light requirements
Light location: A place with lots of light, but without direct sun between 11:00 and 16:00. Morning sun doesn't hurt, but it's not necessary.
A bright location is a place where you can comfortably read a book in small letters during the day without electric light - even when the sky is overcast. The plant must also be able to "see" the window - imagine your plant has eyes and wants to enjoy the view from the window unhindered. Never place a plant for a bright spot more than 2 meters from a normal-sized window.