Asplenium - Birds Nest Fern
Bird''s nest ferns are actually one of two asplenium species found
in cultivation. The other, often called the spleenwort or mother
fern (A. bulbiferum) is much harder to grow and looks nothing like
its cousin. These ferns are naturally epiphytic, and in their rainforest
homes, can be found growing high in the crooks of trees. They grow in
a series of erect, spoon-shaped and apple-colored fronds that rise from
a central rosette. Healthy plants can have fronds up to three feet, but
this is rare in most indoor situations. These are beautiful plants, but
will require a bit of babying to reach their fullest potential.
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