The new foliage on the Peruvian species emerges with almost pink leaves before hardening off to a light green. They are a beautiful fern, but can be a bit difficult to grow.
These will do best in a bright filtered light. These will not like to go all the way dry. These will especially not like to be in a dry air environment! They will appreciate some extra humidity. Water roughly every 5-7 days as the top few inches of soil dry out to keep it slightly moist. When repotting, use an all-purpose soil medium and use care to not burry the rhizomes.All of our plants are ethically sourced from certified U.S. nurseries. We strongly condemn the poaching of plants or wild collection.