Asplenium antiquum 'Hurricane'

Hurricane Bird's Nest Fern (S)


The Hurricane Bird's Nest is the new kid on the fern block. This variety has a wonderful whirlwind growth habit that will produce glossy green foliage swirling in a circular clockwise manner that will be the focal point of any indoor space. It prefers humid environments, making it ideal greenery for kitchens and bathrooms.


Easy to care with indirect light with frequent water. Avoid direct sun and dark shady corners and provide regular household temperatures. Some humidity will also help growth of your plant so consider placement within warm rooms of the house with moisture such as kitchens and bathrooms. For best results mist periodically, wipe leaves of dust when needed and provide some nutrients during warmer months.

growth CARE LEVEL Medium
water WATER Water once top soil is dry,
keep soil well drained
sun LIGHT Indirect Light
size PLANT SIZE Grows to 60cm

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