A delicate, wiry fern, the Maidenhair is a cultivar known for its curled foliage and fan-shaped leaf segments scalloped along the edges. In the wild these ferns are often found growing partly shaded rock walls where water seepage and high humidity helps them thrive, while indoors they make excellent houseplants.
-Maidenhair fern, potting soil, plastic grower's pot
-Low to bright indirect light; do not place in direct light (will crisp leaves)
-High humidity is important; place in a sunny bathroom or in a group with other tropicals
-Plant: USA; Pot: Imported
14"H, 10" diameter (plant)