All plants can be purchased seperatly.
Birds Nest Fern R80 + White planter R590 = R670.
Asplenium nidus is an epiphytic species of fern in the family Aspleniaceae, native to tropical southeastern Asia, eastern Australia, Hawaii, Polynesia, Christmas Island, India, and eastern Africa. It is known by the common names bird's-nest fern or simply nest fern.
The Birds Nest Fern is a gorgeous broadleaf fern, with many hybrids available, that creates a tropical vibe within your interior space. These Ferns are highly popular for their hardiness, compared to many other fern varieties and will make a statement once they have grown large and lush. The Birds Nest grows in a rosette formation with the new fronds unfurling from the center, and as the new fronds develop they look akin to birds eggs, hence their name.
How to care for your Birds nest Fern.
Origin: South East Asia
Height: Averaging 90cm in Span when mature.
Light: Loves bright filtered light to medium light, avoid direct sunlight as this will lead to scorched foliage..
Water: Birds Nest Ferns prefer their soil to be lightly moist, avoid allowing your plant to sit in water or for the soil to become waterlogged. This is best achieved by allowing the top 1cm of soil to dry between each watering.
Humidity: Thrives in medium to high humidity.
Temperature: Ideal temperatures range from 18°C - 26°C.
Soil: A well-draining slightly water-retentive potting mix is sufficient.
Fertilizer: Use a quarter strength of a well balanced organic fertilizer once every month during Spring through Summer.
Repotting: For small specimens, it is not recommended to re-pot more than once a year and for mature specimens, it is ideal to only re-pot once every 2-3 years or once the plant has become rootbound. When repotting be sure to choose a planter no larger than 3-5cm bigger than the previous. Transfer plant from one planter to another without touching the roots, unless rootbound, then one can tease a few lose. Backfill with fresh soil and replace in original positioning.
Propagation: This is done via the spores (like the seeds of the plant) this is highly difficult in a home environment and it is best to buy another plant, of you want more.