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Bird nest fern | Asplenium Nidus

Rs. 599.00
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Indoor Plant
Partial Shade
Well Drained Soil
Needs Moderate Watering
Moist Soil
Pet Friendly
Low Maintenance
Ornamental Plant

Common Name: Spleenworts, Rumah Langsuyar, Paku Pandan

Botanical Name: Asplenium nidus

Other names: Bird's nest fern

Origin: Asia, Australia, Madagascar, Hawaii, Polynesia

What's special?

 Bird’s nest fern is an interesting rainforest plant which is naturally found growing on the surface of other trees. When grown in pots for indoor décor, they thrive & make for a strikingly unique houseplant. Its foliage which is a series of long, vertical, bright apple green fronds rising from a central rosette, gives an unusually cool tropical feel. The hasty & crinkly look of the structure resembles a bird’s nest and hence the name. Bird’s nest fern develops at a moderate speed and fronds will not grow much long in pots, but the beautiful foliage is reason enough to bring this plant into your living room.

Growth Habits: Up to 3 - 5 ft. long

Soil Requirement: Loamy well drained soil

Watering Schedule: Thrice a week

Light condition: full or partial shade

Ideal Temperature: Anywhere between 25 - 40 degree Celsius

Repotting instructions: Repotting in required only when the plant outgrows its current container. Use fresh soil while repotting.

Suitable Locations: Try to keep this plant at locations like shaded balcony, windowsill, etc.

Maintenance: Low

Caring Tips:

 • Water around the boundary of your pot rather than watering at the center as it may cause the roots to rot. • Too much heat can damage the leaves of this plant. So, strictly avoid direct sunlight. Keep this plant in full or partial shade. • As a simple rule, water thoroughly during summer and reduce watering during winter and rainy season. • Keep a track of dead, infected or damaged plant parts. Discard them whenever required. • Do not repot this plant immediately after receiving. Give 10-15 days to adjust to the new environment and then you may repot with fresh soil & some fertilizer.