The Blue Star Fern or Phlebodium Aureum, is an eye-catching fern with it’s ocean-blue/green colored fronds, unique texture, shape, and patterning.
Size: This plant is in a 4'' pot, and from the bottom of the pot to the top of the plant, measures from around 6''-9.''
Light: This plant prefers to be indirect light, with dappled shade.
Water: Keep evenly moist and only water the soil around the outside of the plant. Blue Star Ferns don’t like their rhizome to get too wet.
Humidity: This plant is epiphytic in nature and would prefer higher humidity, yet will tolerate most indoor humidity levels. Please do not put near a heating or a cooling vent as this would be too drying.
Temperature: These do well with common indoor home temperatures of 65-75 F.
Soil: Because they’re epiphytes, they prefer an orchid soil six.
Fertilizing: They are sensitive to being overfed. If you do fertilize, only do so during their growing season.
Flower: No flower.
Toxicity: Blue Star Fern non-toxic to pets, but we always recommend keeping your fur pals & young children away from your plant pals by putting them in a high-to-reach area.