More commonly known as the birds nest fern
The birds nest fern prefers to have indirect sunlight or shade conditions. As an indoor plant, it can do surprisingly well with only occasional exposure to natural indirect lighting, or even under artificial light. It is easy to tell if it’s receiving too much light, as the leaves will begin to become pale rather than vibrant midrange green. In addition, the leaves will become more crinkled with the extra light.
This plant is tropical. It likes the humidity. It does not like wet feet. Best planted in a well draining pot. Leaves can be misted regularly to keep humidity levels up.