Is the Bird's Nest Fern a Houseplant or an Outdoor Plant?

Answer Bird's nest fern is an attractive tropical plant that resembles a banana plant with its long, bright-green fronds. While the bird's nest fern is generally grown indoors, it can be summered outdoors... Read More »

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Is the bird's nest fern a house plant or an outdoor plant?

Bird's nest fern grows outdoors in USDA Hardiness Zones 9 through 11. The plants prefer high humidity and temperatures between 70-90 degrees F. The limited outdoor growing environment and need for ... Read More »

How much water does a birds nest fern plant need?

A birds nest fern needs to be watered often - the soil should never dry out completely, but they don't like heavy moist soil. If necessary, keep repotting as needed. Watering should be monitored ca... Read More »

How to Grow Bird's Nest Fern As an Indoor Plant?

Bird's nest fern (Asplenium nidus) is an Australian plant with fronds that grow up to 2 metres in length. If you have good space, it can make a wonderful indoor plant in a large container. During t... Read More »

Why do baby birds fall out of the nest?

Baby birds, or altricial neonate (literally, "newborns requiring nourishment"), often fall out of the nest to be found by well-meaning humans who assume they're orphans. However, for many species o... Read More »