Bird's Nest Fern

$16
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 2 reviews

Asplenium nidus

The bird's nest fern grows lush, wavy, green foliage. It's growing pattern is unique, with new growth emerging from the rosette. It's beginner friendly, requiring minimal attention for a fern.

Low to bright indirect light. Direct light will bleach her leaves.

SM: ~8" tall and a 4" pot.
MD: ~12" tall and a 6" pot.

Pro-tip: A bathroom with good light is perfect as they need higher humidity than most other plants. 

  • No sweat
  • No direct sun
  • Pet-friendly
  • Every week

Looks good with

Moisture Meter Accessory Rooted SM
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Organic Potting Mix + Lava Rocks Pack Accessory Rooted 2PK
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Instant Plant Food Accessory Instant Plant Food 2PK
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Rated 3 out of 5
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Reviewed by Christine B.
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I recommend this product
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MD
Lighting conditions at home
Medium light
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Beautiful!!

Love, love my plant!! It’s so healthy and perfectly sized for my table.

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Reviewed by Stephanie D.
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Lighting conditions at home
Medium light
Rated 5 out of 5
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Beatiful plant

This beautiful plant was sent as a gift. I was sent pictures upon the arrival. It was healthy, happy and beautiful. The recipient was verrrry pleased.

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Rated 3 out of 5
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