The Bird’s Nest Fern is native to the rain forests of Asia, Africa, and Australia, which explains why high humidity is essential for it to thrive. A Bird's Nest Fern has long, erect, leathery, apple-green fronds that never split like those of a Kimberly Queen Fern or a Maidenhair Fern. The wide rippled leaves of a Bird's Nest Fern emerge from a central rosette or crown that looks like a fuzzy brown funnel. When the new fronds of a Bird's Nest Fern first emerge, they resemble little bird eggs, hence the nickname, Bird’s Nest Fern. It’s important never to get water on the crown of a Bird's Nest Fern since the crown rotPicture, description, and how to treat Crown Rot Plant Disease.s easily. The tongue shaped fronds of a Bird’s Nest Fern are fragile so place it where the leaves will not be bumped. This unique attractive Bird's Nest Fern requires quite a bit of care and is not a good one for beginners.
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