Better-Gro® sells a variety of exotic ferns.
Staghorn Fern (Platycerium)
This plant is known for its unique foliage which resembles its name. It prefers plenty of fresh air, high humidity, diffused sun to partial shade at 75-80ºF with cooler nights, and evenly moist, but not soggy, soil. To water, submerge pot only.
Button Fern (Pellaea rotundifolia)
A versatile, low, spreading fern with button shaped leaflets. Excellent for ground cover, pot, or basket in shade. It prefers bright, diffused sunlight, 50-75ºF with cooler nights. Keep moist, but it will likely revive if it gets too dry. Can be planted outdoors in mild climates.
Birdsnest Fern (Asplenium nidus)
A popular fern that tolerates indoor conditions quite well. It prefers low or diffused light, 65-75ºF with cooler nights. Keep wet, but not soggy. Avoid cold drafts or cold temperatures.
Fern (fern hybrids)
Ferns are perennial plants grown for their graceful, interesting foliage. They do not flower, but produce finely-cut arching fronds in a variety of sizes, shapes, and textures. Makes a lovely hanging basket plant indoors or out.
Japanese Birdsnest Fern (Asplenium)
This popular fern tolerates indoor conditions quite well. It prefers low or diffused light, 65-75ºF with cooler nights. Soil should be kept wet, but not soggy. Cold drafts and cool temperatures should be avoided.
Lemon Button Fern
Known for its versatility and button shaped leaflets. Use in pots or baskets in shade, or as ground cover in mild climates. It prefers bright, diffused sunlight at 50-75ºF with cooler nights. Should be kept moist, but will likely revive if it gets too dry.
Mahogany Fern (Didymochlaena lunalata)
This plant is also known as the Tree Maidenhair Fern. A popular indoor fern, it grows in low or diffused light. It’s ideal temperature range is 65-75ºF but will tolerate warmer days and cooler nights. Keep wet, but not soggy. Avoid extreme high temperatures and cold drafts. Feed monthly.
Silver Lace Fern (P. quadriaurita ‘Argyraea’)
Blue-green leaves grow to 36″ long and half as wide. Leaflets marked with silver centers. Tolerates lower light, but needs higher humidity than other table ferns. Feed monthly.
White Rabbit’s Foot Fern (Humata tyermanii)
A novelty plant noted for its interesting showy rhizomes, it does best in a moss-lined wire basket. No direct sunlight, 50-65ºF with cooler nights. Keep evenly moist, but not soggy. Daily misting of this fern will be of benefit.