Crocodile fern

See you later... Crocodile fern

Crocodile ferns (Microsorum musifolium) have very unique leaves resembling the distinctive leathery appearance of crocodile skin. They are native to Southeast Asia and Australia where they are found growing on trees in warm, brightly lit, humid jungles.

Ferns are among the oldest living plants on earth. There are an estimated 15000 varieties in existence and they don’t produce fruits or seeds, instead reproducing by spores. Fern species live in a wide variety of habitats, from remote mountain elevations, to dry desert rock faces, to bodies of water or in open fields.

Care and Maintenance

Ferns love high humidity so keep the soil slightly moist but don't drown the plant. Keep this plant away from direct sun but in a nice bright spot. 

What's included

- Plant
Plant care and repotting instruction cards
6" hand-painted terracotta pot & saucer (if ordered)
Dehydrated soil wafer is included with pot


This plant is pet friendly.