Phlebodium aureum ‘Blue Star Fern’
Unlike many other common houseplant varieties of ferns, the Blue Star Fern’s feather-like fronds are bluish-gray in color, making this a unique choice of fern for a houseplant!
Light Requirements: Bright, indirect sunlight.
Water Requirements: Prefers moist soil.
Toxic to Pets? No
Blue Star Fern 4″ Gallon Container – Unlike flowering plants, ferns reproduce by spores, not seeds. This species has deeply lobed bluish-gray fronds whose shape resembles a feather. New growth fronds on younger plants are uneven in size and shape. When mature, it develops medium and large fronds with a more consistent structure. The fronds are covered in tiny “hairs”. A blue star fern is happiest in drier, less humid conditions, making it an ideal houseplant. A spot with bright, indirect light is best for them, preferably by an east or west facing window.