The Heart Fern (also known as a "Heartleaf Fern) can also be found under its botanical name of Hemionitis arifolia. Its leaves are a deep green, and while shiny, the leaves also almost have a "hairy"-like texture to them.
Water: Allow top 2 inches of soil to dry out between waterings. Water lightly. Do not allow fern to sit in standing water, as this will lead to root rot.
Light: Prefers bright indirect light to partial shade.
Soil: Likes a loose, well draining soil.
Humidity: These guys like humidity. Mist often or use a pebble tray to increase humidity. Browning tips/edges are indicative of low humidity.
Fertilizer: Fertilize using a dilute solution of liquid houseplant fertilizer once a month. Do not fertilize in winter.