Mounted Staghorn Fern in Vintage Print Burlap
Staghorn Ferns get their name from the large, bifurcated, antler-like fronds that shoot out dramatically from the center of the plant. As epiphytes that grow naturally in the crooks of tree trunks, they're ideal candidates for mounting, as they require little root space to thrive. Mounted on wooden boards, and finished with vintage-print burlap for a rustic feel, these plaques are truly living works of art.
• Light: Bright, indirect light
• Water: When soil at base of plant feels barely moist, submerge entire mount in room temperature water until fully saturated
• Considerations: Staghorn ferns love humidity. Mist your plaque regularly.
WHAT TO EXPECT
We'll make your Mounted Staghorn Fern, choosing from our diverse collection of Platycerium species and finishing with vintage print burlap. No two pieces are alike, and yours will have its own unique shape, size and personality - expect this natural variation from the photos.
Small: board measures about 7.5"x12"
Medium: board measure about 10"x12"
Large: board measure about 12"x12"
Our Plant Craft pieces include detailed care instructions. We include shipping box warmers at no charge as needed. Got questions? Check out our FAQ!
I ordered a staghorn fern mounted on a board with burlap. It arrived to my home in perfect condition and packed with care. Couldn’t be happier, it’s beautiful and healthy. Would definitely order again.
I bought this cute Mounted Staghorn Fern for my son for his birthday. It arrived safely and healthy for his special day. He was so surprised which made me very happy. Pistils has such a great variety of plants so I will be back to check out more soon
My staghorn fern is absolutely beautiful and doing well. It's so healthy that it's already trying to put out another little leaf! My grandmother had one of these when I was little so this is a very sentimental plant for me and I enjoy getting to see it hanging in my office everyday. It came well packaged with minimal stress on the plant (only one or two fronds got a little dented on their edges.) The mounting was done well too with sturdy burlap and brass nails. The only thing I didn't enjoy was the hanging hook designed more to hang from a shelf ledge than a nail on a wall. I had to use a couple pair of pliers to twist it into a loop for hanging, which was difficult to do without damaging the fern. All was well in the end though and I'm very pleased with my staghorn fern!