I will guess that these 2 plants are not what you were thinking of when I said “fern.” But with the lifestyle I have–and that many of us have–these are two of the easiest care ferns around.
The two on the right–the bright greener plants–are called bird’s nests ferns. There’s a reason for that. If you look down into the center of these plants–where the new growth comes from–it looks like a little nest.
These plants are small so the effect isn’t really pronounced. On a larger plant–one in a 6 or 8 inch pot–it’s much easier to see. But the plants are great in any size.
The plant on the left is a staghorn fern. Many plant “purists” will say that this needs to be out of a pot and mounted on a piece of cork or bark to be grown properly. The reason for that is that “in the wild,” or where the grow naturally, they would grow on a tree bark.
Knowing my propensity for disaster, I haven’t mounted my fern. I will leave it up to you to decide how to grow yours. I can control the moisture requirements far beter in a traditional pot/cachepot arrangement.
Either way, I do recommend both these plants. No sun, low light and fairly moist is the way I grow mine.