Platycerium willinckii mounted on the mango tree at TBV. This species very easy to grow in Malaysian climate. It's native to Indonesia. Look like P.bifurcatum but the fertile frond thinner than P.bifurcatum. Multiplication of this plant can be achieved through 'pup isolation' technique and spore.
Platycerium hillii pup seperated from the mother plant and just mounted to another mango tree at TBV. The fertile frond growing upward like P.ridleyi but with no 'deer-horn' shape.
Platycerium bifurcatum. Well established on driftwood and hang about 4 meters above the ground at TBV. Hope this species can form a 'giant ball-shape'.
A rare Malaysian species. Seldom to see among Malaysian grower. Platycerium holtumii. Grow it about a year ago.