A unique plant with velvety leaves that resemble the horns of a moose. Arguably the weirdest member of the fern family, with maturity this plant should be transferred to a wood plank or basket to mimic its natural habitat of growing on trees.
Needs bright indirect light
Soak & mist weekly
30 days + lifetime expert plant care support
The Staghorn Fern was considered rare until a variety native to Australia was discovered to be more resilient for propagation. It has two unique types of leaves: fertile fork shaped fronds and sterile fronds that start green and fade to brown as they form the base of the plant.
Meticulously hand-crafted ceramic cylinders, designed specifically for your plants to thrive. Wood plinths handcrafted from sustainably-harvested rosewood and finished with non-VOC natural oil.
At Léon & George, we believe the world needs more plants – not just in our homes, but in our forests. To bring our impact full-circle, we plant a tree in a U.S. National Forest for every plant sold.
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