Vertical plants on driftwood! Some ferns cling to trunks of trees in the forest. This is an example how driftwood pieces from the beach were made into mounts for staghorn ferns! Browse driftwood crafts on Completely Coastal: http://www.completely-coastal.com/search/label/Driftwood%20Crafts
The Elkhorn fern, occurs naturally in New Guinea, and along the coasts of Queensland and New South Wales. It is cultivated in many countries, it has become naturalised (that is, it has spread into the wild) in Florida, and it has been listed as an environmentally invasive species in Hawaii. It belongs in the family Polypodiaceae, which has 10 genera and 26 species in Australia.