Blue Star Fern does best in bright, indirect light. Preferably and east- or west-facing window.

Keep soil consistently moist. Water only when the soil is dry to the touch. Use room temperature water and allow it to continuously flush through the pot. Allow to drain completely and if you have a saucer under the pot, make sure it does not have water in it. Do not mist this fern. It does not like humidity like most ferns.

Fertilize with a houseplant-specific liquid fertilizer at half strength once per month from early spring to early autumn. Too much fertilizer with cause brown tips or burned roots.

Common Names: Golden Polypody, Golden Serpent Fern, Cabbage Palm Fern, Gold-Foot Fern, Blue-Star Fern, Hare-Foot Fern

Origin: Native to tropical and subtropical regions of the Americas

Available in 4 1/2 inch

Blue Star Fern is not meant for human or animal consumption.