Charming fern with lacy green fronds, can produce dense ground cover in ideal conditions. The fuzzy brown rhizomes this fern creates give rise to the Rabbit's Foot common name.
Full shade plants are solid winners for those of us with limited options and access to sunlight.
Davallia Fejeensis will tolerate and maybe even thrive in low light conditions. To be sure, no plants can survive on no light but this plant will be fine in indirect sun, shade and in your home or office with bright light.
Some examples of full shade are:
Underneath the canopy of a tree
Underneath an arbor
Near (but not exposed to) a sunny window
Under bright house lights
Full shade plants will suffer in direct sunlight. They evolved living under the shade of natural formations or under a forest canopy.
Examples of too much sunlight are:
Curled leaves as the plant tries to protect itself from the sun
Burned edges or spots on leaves
Although Davallia Fejeensis may be fine in a bright light location, it’s tolerance to lower light conditions lend it the versatility to be situated in shadier spots where other plants with more finicky requirements fail.