Lemon Button Fern
Your Birdsnest Fern will prefer partial shade to full shade; avoid direct sunlight.
High - Water weekly, keeping soil moderately. Do not allow soil to dry out between watering’s. Water more frequently when leaves begin to wilt/droop.
This fern thrives in high humidity and humid environments, such as a bathroom, greenhouse, or terrarium. To raise humidity around a crispy wave, you can use a humidifier
The bird’s nest fern thrives in warmth with temperatures between 60 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. It can tolerate temperatures down to 50 degrees, but anything colder than that can harm the plant, especially with prolonged exposure. Indoors, be sure to protect your plant from cool drafts, such as air blowing from an air-conditioning vent
Feed monthly in early spring and summer. Use fertilizer that is water soluble and mixed at half strength
Staghorn Fern is toxic to Cats and Dogs. If you are considering purchasing this plant and have furry friends place in an area where they cannot reach.