Planted in a coconut shell. An epiphytic fern that has interesting, antler-like fronds. The brown fronds at the base of more mature plants are a shield for the roots and should not be removed. These plants will appreciate a light misting of their fronds as well as regular waterings. Would love to live in your bathroom with a window.

Coconut Staghorn Fern

  • -Brightness: Medium. Prefers medium indirect light. Can tolerate a little low light.

    -Sun Exposure: Indirect. Dappled sun is best.

    -Water: Weekly, or when potting mix is dry about 2" down. Can tolerate moistness.

    -Humidity: Normal to Higher Humidity. Increase humidity with increase light exposure.

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