This incredible plant is also known as Platycerium bifurcatum and in nature it grows as an epiphyte, rooting into the bark of its host tree.
Staghorns thrive in bright indirect light and can be mounted onto wood or bark and hung on the wall.
Light: Bright indirect - Thrives with a few hours of morning or evening light
Water: Allow most of the soil to dry between waterings. Top of the soil should feel dry to the touch. Around once per 12-14 days.
Size: 6" hanging basket or 8" nursery pot