Platycerium veitchii ‘Braam’ has beautiful fuzzy slender short, upright fronds that are almost white. Will grow upright in a pot or hanging basket or will perform well if mounted on a board/backplate ( YouTube has several helpful videos). Very attractive foliage plant. Named for James Veitch who founded the Veitch nursery in Exeter in the late 18th century. Also known as Silver Elk Horn.
Height and Spread: Frond length can vary, but can grow 3ft overtime in width.
Sun/Shade: Light bright position, can happily tolerate sun.
Soil Conditions: Well drained potting mix with sphagnum moss, peat or coir.
Hardy/winter protection: Tender, can be kept as a houseplant.