Formerly known as Lycopodium phlegmaria 'Tassel Fern'. Not a fern but a club moss, a primitive fern relative that grows as an epiphyte across S.E. Asia and the Indo-Pacific to Australia and even tropical Africa.
Resembling branches of short-needled evergreens, these handsome plants form large full and bushy clusters that can hang to 6 feet. The stems are pendant, branching and somewhat stiff, covered with many tiny bright green, lanceolate leaves.
Prefers high humidity, bright but indirect light and constant moisture. Must be well drained though.