Nidus "Birds Nest" Fern
Also known as a bird's nest fern, is a type of fern that is native to tropical and subtropical regions around the world. It is characterized by its large, wide leaves that form a rosette-like shape resembling a bird's nest, hence the name. The leaves are typically a vibrant green color and have a glossy, waxy texture. Nidus ferns are epiphytic, meaning they grow on other plants or surfaces instead of in soil, and they are often used as ornamental plants in gardens and indoor spaces. They prefer bright, indirect light and high humidity levels, and they can be propagated through spores or by dividing the plant.