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Bird Nest Fern, Asplenium nidus - Plant

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Asplenium nidus forms large simple fronds visually similar to banana leaves, with the fronds growing to 50–150 centimetres (20–59 in) long and 10–20 centimetres (3.9–7.9 in) broad, with occasional individuals up to 6.6 feet (two meters) in length by up to two feet (61 centimeters) width They are light green, often

Plant Constituents

  • Bird Nest Fern, Asplenium nidus - Plant in Recyclable Plastic Pot

Plant Care

  • Bird's Nest Fern Care. Place your bird's nest fern in a location with medium to bright indirect light or partial shade.
  • Plant your bird's nest fern in a peat-based potting mix with good drainage.
  • Water your plant so the soil is evenly moist but not soggy.Bright light or light shade, such as a north-facing window is suitable.
  • Too much sun may turn it yellow or stop growth.
  • Ideal temperatures are 60-70 degrees F.
  • Since epiphytes require high humidity and soil moisture, this plant does not tolerate dry conditions.
  • Light: Loves bright filtered light to medium light, avoid direct sunlight as this will lead to scorched foliage..
  • Water: Birds Nest Ferns prefer their soil to be lightly moist, avoid allowing your plant to sit in water or for the soil to become waterlogged.
  • Well drained soil mix is recommended.


  • Infusion of the fronds is used to ease labour pains.
  • The leaves can also be pounded in water and used as a lotion to treat fever.
  • Two young fronds can be eaten when they are still coiled as a contraceptive, and tea made from fronds can be used for general weakness.
  • Birds nest fern is an underrated house plant as it has strong air purification qualities and can help treat asthma & halitosis. 
  • If you're on the market for a fantastic fern but hate the time-consuming care routine needed for its relatives, then this is the perfect indoor plant for you!
  • Nest design varies considerably between and even within taxa, yet all nests have the same basic, minimal, function which is to provide a receptacle in which animals can lay their eggs and/or raise their developing offspring.