Answer: What you describe is normal for the plant; mature leaves have wavy edges. As long as you provide the right cultural conditions, your plant will grow rather long, ruffle-edged leaves.
Bird's nest fern is moderately easy to grow and
tolerates low light situations. Do not expose the plant to
strong direct sun and keep the soil moist. Bird's nest fern
prefers higher humidity and the leaves tun brown if exposed
to drafts. Ideal temperatures are from 55 to 70 degrees.
Repot in spring when the new growth begins.
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