The silver lace fern is a small fern that grows triangular, slender, arched, or upright green fronds which are silvery-white in the center. This fern grows in a clump formation. It should be watered every few days when the top half-inch of soil begins to feel dry. The root structure grow primarily on the soil’s surface layer. Moderate temperature and reasonably high humidity are ideal for this plant.
Light Requirements: Bright, indirect light.
Water Requirements: Water regularly to maintain evenly moist soil.
Toxic to Pets? No