Staghorn Fern Mounted on a Cedar Plank
Staghorn Fern Mounted on a Cedar Plank
Staghorn Fern Mounted on a Cedar Plank
Staghorn Fern Mounted on a Cedar Plank
Staghorn Fern Mounted on a Cedar Plank
Staghorn Fern Mounted on a Cedar Plank
Staghorn Fern Mounted on a Cedar Plank
Staghorn Fern Mounted on a Cedar Plank

Staghorn Fern Mounted on a Cedar Plank

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Is it time to expand your epiphyte connection beyond tillandsia air plants?

Staghorn Ferns, Platycerium bifurcatum, are a long-loved tree and cliff-dwelling fern native to Southeast Asia. In tropical and subtropical climates like Florida (USDA 9a and warmer), Staghorn Ferns enjoy being permanently attached to the base of a Southern Live Oak, where they will adhere and fully grown around the branches of the tree. You may also see specimens suspended from tree branches with a rope or chain so that they can take on a symmetrical shape. When grown outdoors, they enjoy dappled light, ample humidity and good air circulation.

Our plants are mounted and have naturally attached themselves to a thick cedar plank with their shield (also known as basal fronds) and include a hook for hanging. They each have 4-7 antler fronds that are 10-18 inches long. In climates with regular winter freezes, treat your Staghorn as you would you an indoor air plant: Provide them bright light and a heavy misting once a week. Avoid cold and drying drafts in the winter. These plants are also appropriate to use in large reptile or vivarium enclosures. For much of the country, move your staghorn outside for the summer months by hanging in a tree or on the wall of a porch where they can enjoy rain and summer humidity. 

Plank Width Plank Height Leaf Length
12 Inches 12 Inches 10-18 Inches
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If you are not completely happy with the health and vitality of your air plants we will replace them at no cost to you. Just notify us via email with a photo of the damaged plants within 30 days of receiving your order and we will ship out replacements. No return or shipping charges. It is that simple.

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  • We ship around the year, despite your local weather conditions. If you are concerned about daytime temperatures below freezing, and you are not home when mail is delivered, please have the plants shipped to where you are located during the day (your place of work or school). However, plants received damaged are always covered by our 30 Day Guarantee.

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