A really interesting fern! Staghorns get their names from their antler-like fronds, but they actually have two types of leaves. The other type are their shield fronds at their base, which protect the root ball and absorb water and nutrients. Staghorn Ferns are often found mounted on vertical cedar boards, similar to how a deer head would be. Their antler fronds can grow up the 3ft long, making them a dramatic addition to your wall or surface.
In the right conditions, Staghorns are actually pretty easy to care for. They like medium to bright indirect light (avoid direct sun) - be mindful that the more light they get, the more water and humidity they'll want. As for watering, these dudes like to dry out between waterings, and then watered thoroughly. When mounted, soak the root ball and soil for 20-30 minutes and then let drip dry. These guys also LOVE humidity and would do well in a bathroom or with regularly spritzing.
Our Staghorns are in a 6" pot with potting soil.