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Bird's Nest Fern Plant

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    Water twice a week

    Always check your plants before watering, the topsoil should be dry to touch. For succulents allow the potting mix to dry completely before watering again.

    Needs bright indirect sunlight

    Place your plants on window sills where it can get the brightest possible indirect light. Bright indirect light is when the plant is within a couple of feet of a natural source of light.

    Pet friendly

    The plant causes no harm to your pets on contact or ingestion, However, consuming indoor plants is not beneficial to their heath.

    Needs Gardening experience

    The plant needs a knowing eye of a gardener to understand what it needs. Fairly easy to grow if you take care of their set of requirements.

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    About the Product

    Do you love foliage plants with stunning leaves? Then in all probability you already have a bird nest fern in your collection and are looking to add to the family. With its large spoon shaped waxy leaves that grow from a central rosette, this beauty is easy to maintain and stays happy with little care. It derives its nutrition and moisture from air and can thrive in shallow pots.

    What’s in the Box

    What’s in the Box

    • Bird's Nest Fern Plant with Pot: 30 - 40 cm
    • Pot Size: 7.5 inch diameter
    • Soil Media:Coco Peat+Coco Chips+Soil
    • Recyclable box

    About Bird's Nest Fern Plant

    The Bird's Nest Fern (Asplenium nidus) is a captivating indoor plant known for its lush, rosette-shaped leaves. With vibrant green foliage, it adds a touch of tropical elegance to any space. This low-maintenance plant thrives in low-light conditions, making it ideal for homes and offices with limited natural light. Its unique foliage also contributes to improved indoor air quality by filtering out pollutants and increasing humidity levels. Bird's Nest Ferns require consistently moist soil and benefit from regular misting or a humidity tray to recreate their native, humid rainforest habitat. With its striking appearance and easy care, it's a popular choice for plant enthusiasts of all levels.

    Importance of the asplenium nidus:

    1. Aesthetic Appeal:

    The lush, vibrant foliage of the Birds Nest Plant, and its characteristic rosette shape make it an exquisite addition to any interior space. It adds a touch of tropical elegance, creating a soothing atmosphere.

    2. Air Purification:

    Like many indoor plants, Bird's Nest Ferns play a crucial role in improving indoor air quality. They absorb pollutants and release fresh oxygen, promoting a healthier living environment.

    3. Biophilic Benefits:

    Incorporating nature into our surroundings has proven psychological and emotional benefits. Bird's Nest Ferns offer a sense of connection to the natural world, reducing stress and anxiety.

    Bird's Nest Fern Benefits:

    1. Low Maintenance:

    Bird's Nest Ferns are relatively easy to care for, making them an ideal choice for both novice and experienced plant enthusiasts.

    2. Adaptability:

    They thrive in low-light conditions, making them suitable for homes or offices with limited natural light. However, they can also tolerate indirect sunlight.

    3. Humidity Regulation:

    Bird's Nest Ferns release moisture through their fronds, effectively increasing humidity levels in indoor spaces. This can be particularly helpful during dry winter months.

    4. Natural Decor:

    The unique shape and vibrant green color of Bird's Nest Ferns make them an eye-catching focal point in any room. They can be an excellent addition to your interior design.

    Bird's Nest Fern Care Tips:

    1. Light:

    Place your Bird's Nest Fern in bright, indirect light. Avoid direct sunlight, which can scorch its delicate fronds. They also adapt well to low-light conditions.

    2. Watering:

    Keep the soil consistently moist but not soggy. Water thoroughly when the top inch of the soil feels dry, typically every 1-2 weeks.

    3. Humidity:

    Maintain higher humidity levels for optimal growth. You can use a humidity tray or mist the plant regularly to simulate a tropical environment.

    4. Temperature:

    Bird's Nest Ferns prefer temperatures between 60-75°F (15-24°C) and should be protected from drafts.

    5. Fertilization:

    Feed your Bird's Nest Fern with a balanced liquid fertilizer every 2-4 weeks during the growing season (spring and summer).

    Where to Keep the Bird's Nest Fern:

    Bird's Nest Ferns are versatile in terms of placement within your home or office. Here are some suitable options:

    1. Living Room:

    Display your Bird's Nest Fern as a captivating centerpiece or in a decorative pot to enhance the overall aesthetics of your living space.

    2. Bedroom:

    Place it in a corner or on a nightstand to create a calming and refreshing atmosphere, promoting better sleep.

    3. Office:

    Bird's Nest Ferns are great for workspaces as they require minimal attention and can thrive in low-light conditions.

    4. Bathroom:

    Bathrooms often have higher humidity levels, making them an excellent choice for this plant.
    In conclusion, the Bird's Nest Fern is more than just a decorative houseplant. Its beauty, air-purifying qualities, and easy-care nature make it a valuable addition to any indoor environment. By following the care tips and considering ideal placement, you can enjoy the many benefits of this unique and captivating plant.


    How fast do birds nest ferns grow?

    With proper light and humidity the bird's nest fern can grow very quickly.

    Can you plant cobra fern plant outside?

    Yes, it can be planted in areas with partial to indirect light.

    What kind of light does a bird's nest fern need?

    It needs indirect and bright light. It hates direct sunlight.

    How do you fertilize a birds nest fern?

    Use a generic houseplant fertiliser like Plant Tonic for your fern.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    Anna Alexander
    Birds nest fern

    Arrive in excellent condition. Love it and it is worth the price.

    Looks perfect !

    I purchased it to fill the vacant corner near my tv and it looks so beautiful. The light green bright color makes the room so bright.

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