Asplenium antiquum 'Victoria'
Ruffled Birds Nest Fern (M)
Asplenium 'Victoria' is found in South East Asia and Eastern Australia and is shade-loving and ideal for rock gardens or for pots and containers when indoors. Commonly referred to as a 'Birds Nest Fern', this fern forms a rosette of foliage with deep green shades that over time will broaden into larger rippled margins that bring a lush tropical feel to any space.
Provide constant humid conditions, watering frequently and misting during warmer months but allow soil to dry between watering. Place in a room with indirect light for best growing conditions and provide liquid fertiliser during warmer months. Good in bathrooms or kitchens or amongst other plants with high humidity.
|WATER||Keep soil damp but well drained & mist regularly|
|LIGHT||Indirect Light, Filtered Light, Low Light|
|PLANT SIZE||Grows to 1.5m|
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