This fern with the soft bluish fronds is Polypodium (Phlebodium) aureum is often called 'rabbit's foot fern' or sometimes 'blue star fern' and a variety of other names. It has thick, fuzzy brown rhizomes that creep across a basket, mount, or pot. Fronds are up to 2 feet long at least when mature, but these are still compact. Size of rhizome and fronts come with age.
These make a really awesome display in a vanda basket or similar, because it gives their rhizomes plenty of space to creep along and over the sides. They can also be grown mounted or in pots. I find they are happiest in low to medium light.
This youngster is spore grown here and is currently potted in sphagnum. You will get the plant shown.
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