Asplenium australasicum is one of several popular and beautiful ferns grown as houseplants.
Low maintenance with beautiful glossy foliage.
Bright, indirect light
Water thoroughly, then allow the top 2cm of potting mix to dry out before watering again.
choose a very loose, free - draining medium. Orchid mix works well.
Water thoroughly, then allow the top 2.5 cm of soil to dry out slightly before watering again.
Fronds that are yellow and wilted are a sign of overwatering. Cut back on water and trim off damaged fronds.
Repot in spring, when the roots have filled the pot. Move the fern to a pot that's only slightly larger. Use a pot with a drainage hole to prevent soggy soil.
Feed during the growing season at a low dosage.
The Birds Nest Fern is on the ASPCA's Non Toxic to Pets list. For more information about toxic and non-toxic plants please click on the following link - https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control/toxic-and-non-toxic-plants/a