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Polypodiaceae  Platycerium Wandae

Originated from areas across Myanmar to Vietnam, Platycerium Wandae belongs to the family of Polypodiaceae and is the largest species of Platycerium. The large fern grows vertically and produces sterile fronds with forks off of the top edge until when the lobes have long enough fingers they will start hanging down off of their lower edges. Platycerium wandae requires relatively little sunshine, which is particularly suitable for growing in a subtropial climate like Hong Kong. Water them only once a week if you see the soil is drying out, and perhaps more if the fern is grown in air-conditioned room where the air is somewhat dry. 

Size: H 40 - 45cm 

Polypodiaceae  Platycerium Bifurcatum

A family member of Polypodiaceae, Platycerium Bifuractum is native to eastern Australia. It is a bracket epiphyte occurring in and near rainforests. It has hard sterile fronds, doesn’t require much water and is most suitable for growing indoor. Bright filtered light is best so putting them beside the window is perfect. Humidity be maintained between 70-80%. Water when the soil is drying is out, and perhaps more if the fern is grown in air-conditioned room where the air is somewhat dry. 

Size: H 40 - 45cm