Why is my bird's nest fern drooping?
Also question is, how do you revive a bird's nest fern?
Give the plant plenty of humidity by occasionally misting the fronds with a water bottle. Add a layer of mulch over the soil surface to help it retain moisture. During growing season, feed the fern every other week with a water-soluble fertilizer. Repot every couple of years in a larger pot with new soil.
Additionally, how do you tell if Fern is overwatered? The first sign that a fern is overwatered is usually yellowing or wilted leaves. One surefire way to determine if it's time to water a Boston fern is to touch the soil with your fingertip. If the surface of the soil feels slightly dry, it's time to give the plant a drink.
Additionally, how often should you water bird nest ferns?
Water 1-2 times a week. In order to avoid rot, be sure not to water directly into the rosette.
Why does my fern look like it's dying?
Boston fern browning may be caused by poor soil, inadequate drainage, lack of water or humidity, too much light, excess salt or simply mechanical injury. If your cat tends to chew on the leaves, the tips will turn brown and die.