These ferns prefer high humidity. They do well as terrarium or vivarium plants where relatively high humidity can be high consistently. Soil should be fast draining but can retain a high moisture level for a long time. These are not suitable for aquariums.
One of the loveliest ferns out there.Its leaves start as black string-like stems covered in thin hair that eventually protrude to reveal a small leaf. Unlike other ferns that grow from a crozier that uncoils, the leaf continuously grows into a matured form.The Heart fern is partly epiphytic and can grow without any soil
Light requirement , it will prefer indirect light or even shade.
Watering , The Heart fern loves to be inconsistently moist soil (not wet, though). Your plant may need more watering when it is acclimating to its new home.
Humidity and temperature requirements , A humidity level of 60 to 80% is ideal for this plant.prefers a warm environment with temperatures above 60?F 15?C.