Pellaea rotundifolia actually does not correspond to the popular idea of a fern. Its fronds are not erect, but almost crawl across the ground. Therefore it is even suitable as a hanging plant.
It has many small round leaves on each of its shoots, which makes it exceptional.
Different from most ferns, it gets by with less (air) moisture and is also forgiving of minor neglect.
Name: pelle fern, button fern, round-leaved dwarf fern or cliff fern
Botanical name: Pellaea rotundifolia
Home: New Zealand
Pot size: 9cm
Total height: approx. 10-15cm
Location:bright window seat without direct sun
Watering: moderate, but never let the soil dry out completely - but also avoid waterlogging