Maidenhair fern with their delicate lacy green leaves and thin black stem brings a gentle sophistication to any interior. Each dark stem bows from the center in an arc as if weighed down by their feathery, pale-green leaves. The stems grow in clusters from the center and the tiny leaves huddle together creating enchanting greenery in your home. It's no wonder Maidenhair ferns are one of the most popular house plants.
Maidenhair is a common fern found in forests throughout the world, thriving in shades with high humidity and rich, moist soil. Therefore indoor they are best placed in a bright, airy spot without any direct sunlight. A gentle, frequent misting replicates the moisture and humidity they need. While they can be a bit high maintenance due to their demand for the moist but not wet soil, in the right condition they will reward you with their feminine lush green beauty.