- Each plant comes in a plastic 2-inch pot.
- Comes 36 plants per box.
- This pack contains a single variety of fern – Elephant Ear Giant Staghorn (Platycerium superbum).
- Unit cost per pot for the 36 plants is $10.27 per plant.
- Shipped via FedEx 2 – 3 day ground delivery. Orders are shipped Mondays and Tuesdays each week.
Introducing our Elephant Ear Giant Staghorn Ferns, an extraordinary addition to your living space, office, or garden. Available in 2-inch potted packages of 36 plants, these stunning ferns bring a touch of the tropics to any environment. Characterized by their broad, arching fronds resembling an elephant’s ears, they are more than just a plant – they are a statement of style, elegance, and bold personality. Their lush, green foliage offers an eye-catching, verdant display that is a must-have for plant enthusiasts or anyone looking to enhance their space with a unique, living piece of art.
Here are some tips on how to take care of your Elephant Ear Giant Staghorn Ferns:
The Elephant Ear Giant Staghorn Ferns is an epiphytic species, which means in their natural habitat, they thrive attached to trees rather than rooted in the ground. Hence, their care can be slightly different from your typical houseplant.
Light: These ferns prefer bright, indirect light. Avoid placing them under harsh, direct sunlight, as it can scorch the leaves.
Water: As tropical plants, they enjoy a humid environment. Keep the soil slightly moist, but avoid overwatering. Too much water can lead to root rot. Mist the fronds regularly to mimic the humid climate of their natural habitat.
Temperature: Staghorn ferns like warmer temperatures, ideally between 60-80°F. They can handle a bit cooler but should not be exposed to temperatures below 50°F.
Soil: Because they’re epiphytic, these ferns appreciate a well-draining potting mix that includes organic matter, such as peat or compost.
Fertilizer: During the growing season (spring and summer), fertilize every month with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer diluted to half-strength.