The Bird's nest fern varies from numerous in appearance due to it's lance like formed leaves instead of quill or palm like fronds. The leaves (have an earthy colored mid-rib and wavy edge) grow up to about 2ft long from a rosette of fronds where new leaves show up when the plant is creating new development.
Care level: The two fundamental conditions to give well is sufficient moistness and to shield the leaves from direct daylight (they become seared), albeit some daylight is perfect for them. On the off chance that an individual has adequate living space and can adhere to the straight forward consideration directions underneath, anybody can develop and look after them.
Temperature: Room temperatures between 65-75ºF (18-24ºC) are perfect, and no lower than 55ºF (13ºC).
Light: Most books and aides will concur that brilliant light without direct daylight ought to be given. In any case, giving some immediate daylight is incredible for the Bird's nest plant to develop well, yet you have to just give some morning or a limited quantity of pre-nightfall. The fronds can get pale or have burn blemishes on them if the sun is excessively sweltering. Throughout the winter the sun is substantially less hurtful to the plant.
Watering: This is an animal categories that adores it's dirt to stay sodden consistently, however not soaked. Water around the edge of the middle rosette to maintain a strategic distance from the water getting stale in the inside, which may cause decay.
Soil: A peat based preparing blend is required. 2 sections peat and 1 section perlite (possibly somewhat less) is one blend that will be fine. A peat based blend with natural material is likewise acceptable.
Manure: From April - September feed the plant with a feeble weakened compost at regular intervals to empower new development and solid looking leaves.
Re-Potting: The Asplenium nidus needn't bother with a pot change frequently in light of the fact that it's underlying foundations are little. When at regular intervals is prompted for a develop animal categories and once per year while it's young. These don't for the most part have an issue with turning out to be root bound, yet have a greater amount of an issue with remaining stable in the pot - this is on the grounds that the roots are little and they're generally connected to a tree making their own mount. Watch out to check whether the plant is getting flimsy and move to a bigger pot on the off chance that it is.
Moistness: Humidity may should be improved in the event that it turns out to be low and the plant is giving indications of being influenced by dry air. You can improve the stickiness by standing the plant in a moistness plate, a plate of peat greenery or utilize an electronic humidifier.
Proliferation: These are engendered by spore planting which is extremely hard for the normal indoor producer to do. Numerous plants can be engendered by division, not this species however.