Platycerium bifurcatum is nicknamed the Staghorn Fern or Elkhorn Fern for good reason - its elongated, forked fronds look just like antlers. As it matures, your staghorn fern will also grow shield fronds - round, plate-like leaves that eventually dry to form a protective layer around the roots of the plant.
Staghorn ferns are epiphytes (plants that grow on other plants or trees), making them a popular choice for mounting. whether you decide to mount your staghorn fern or grow it terrestrially in a pot, platycerium bifurcatum makes an excellent houseplant that thrives in small spaces.
|Flower Color:||None or insignificant|
|Soil Condition:||Well draining|
|Water Requirement:||Dry out between watering|
Price: 1 Plant
Remark: This product does not contain flower POTS.
|Plant type||Foliage Plant|
|Plant Environment||House Plants|