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propagating a Staghorn Fern

Propagating a Staghorn Fern (Platycerium bifurcatum), showing how the pup appears after removal: June 20 2012

Staghorn Fern Among the most spectacular of ferns, staghorns don't need to be grown in soil so you often see them mounted and grown on walls or posts. They offer deep green, antlerlike fronds that definitely make a statement in your home's decorating scheme.

9 Top Ferns to Grow as Houseplants

Staghorn Fern - Name: Platycerium bifurcatum Growing Conditions: Medium to bright light and high humidity Size: To 6 feet tall and wide

How to Mount and Care For a Staghorn Fern-9

How to Mount (and Care for) a Staghorn Fern

Staghorn Ferns    (I was totally mentioned in this blog! haha)

Look at this lady dear! I have been wanting a Staghorn Fern since the day my cousin Stuart told me I should have one! I didn’t know what they were at the time, but I was smitten at first glan…

Helecho cacho de venado (Platycerium superbum)

The bathroom is an ideal environment for ferns. They generally love the humidity, and their delicate fronds soften the lines of ceramic, metal and glass.

Lygodiumi Climbing Fern Fossil - plant fossils - Google Search

Intricate Lygodiumi Climbing Fern Fossil from Bonanza Utah. The Green River Formation holds one of the world’s richest depositories of fossil leaves, plants, vines and aquatic vegetation.