This indoor fern gets it's name from the furry rhizomes that grow on top of the soil resembling a rabbit's foot. The rhizomes often grow over the side of the pot. Even if you do everything right, this plant can still lose some of the older fronds, which is completely normal. This plant does well with frequent misting and the occasional deep soak to keep them from drying out.
Exposure: Bright Indirect Light
Soil: Half regular potting mix and half sand.