Staghorn Fern - Assorted
Staghorn Fern - Assorted
Staghorn Fern - Assorted
Staghorn Fern - Assorted
Staghorn Fern - Assorted
Staghorn Fern - Assorted

Staghorn Fern - Assorted


Plants are living works of art but no plant drives that point home quite like the Staghorn Fern. This insanely cool plant looks and grows like a beautiful alien creature, and no two are alike. 

Staghorn ferns need access to plenty bright, gentle light. These are not the type of fern that can be grown in very low light conditions. Even a small amount of direct sun is fine.

For easy watering, remove your fern and its mounting from the wall (or wherever it's hung) and soak in a sink filled with water for 10–20 minutes, or until the roots are fully saturated. Allow to drip dry before rehanging.

If there's one thing to remember, it's that staghorn ferns love humdity. Though more mature staghorn can survive briefly freezing temperatures, they thrive in warm, humid conditions. Amazingly, many varieties of Staghorn Fern actually do well outside as well as inside here in San Francisco, and they can be seen in all their natural glory in the Botanical Garden in Golden Gate Park.