Is the Bird’s Nest Fern toxic plant ?
No, the Bird’s Nest Fern is considered to be non-toxic to humans and pets. That being said, if you have concerns about your pet or child trying to eat or harm the plant, place it somewhere outside of their reach!
What’s the Ideal temperature?
The Bird’s Nest Fern enjoys temperatures between 60° and 80° F (16° - 27° C), but it can tolerate anything as low as 50° F (10° C). Temperatures below 50° F have proven dangerous to the plant’s heath, so avoid allowing it to get too cold. The average household already fits the requirements for this plant, so do not worry about making extra accommodations.
What’s the ideal humidity level?
The Bird’s Nest Fern prefers high humidity levels that mimic the tropical environments that they are naturally acclimated to. While they can tolerate the humidity found in the average household, you can increase the humidity they experience by placing their pot on top of a tray filled with water and pebbles.
Does It purify the air?
Yes, the Bird’s Nest Fern has shown the ability to function as a natural air purifier!