|Nephrolepis exaltata is an indoor plant that can be grown outdoors in warm areas. The species has broad fronds, 6 inches wide, reaching 5 feet tall. These are the classic Victorian parlour ferns, or Boston ferns. They have a graceful, arching habit, and various cultivars are available. They require good, indirect light indoors, and monthly feeding. This cultivar is a good plant for basket growing, with it's pinnate fronds that are thin and tend to weep. The pinnae are lobed, especially at the base of the plant. Hardy and easy to cultivate, this fern enjoys a moist soil, of slight acidity.