Stag's horn fern
This epiphytic fern has evergreen fronds of two types: sterile and fertile, these are both broad and branching, resembling a stag's horns. This species originates from Australia and is found near rainforest environments. Most of the fronds are fertile, grey-green, arching and can reach around 2m in length, sterile fronds will turn brown as they age. These sterile fronds are arranged in a nest structure capable of collecting leaf litter and this may reach a metre in width. This species is widely cultivated as an ornamental species for garden planting.