This plant has delicate, fan shaped leaves that are on wiry black stems. In the wild, it grows near streams and waterfalls, so it’s a humidity lover! Either place the fern near a humidifier or on a pebble tray filled with water to increase the moisture around the plant.
These ferns do not like to dry out completely. They will quickly produce brown fronds if too dry. Aim to keep the soil damp at all times, but never soggy or sitting in water or this will lead to root rot.
It likes bright, indirect light and it also non toxic to pets!