Golden Fern makes an excellent houseplant and stands up well to room conditions if kept moist. Its dense green foliage with unique shapes makes it very attractive. Golden Fern is ideally suited for growing in hanging baskets because of its drooping nature and miniature foliage. It can be cultivated in a shade garden, pots for indoor decoration, green walls and can be used in decorating roof & terrace gardens, table tops, bottle garden, terrarium, and window gardens.
Planting and care
They make good houseplants, but require bright, filtered light and humid air. Propagate from runners between late winter and early spring. Of the commonly cultivated ferns, the Boston fern is the most tolerant to drought. The fern thrives best in humid conditions, so when grown as a houseplant it becomes necessary to mist the plant when relative humidity falls below around 80%.
Sunlight: Full to Partial Sunlight
Soil: Well-draining soils which kept moist and humus-rich
Temperature: 20 to 35 degree C
Fertilizer: Liquid fertilizer on a monthly basis during growth.