The silver lace fern – Pteris Quadriaurita is an attractive, small fern growing triangular, slender, arched, or upright green fronds which have silvery-white variegations in the center. This fern is well-known as an ornamental fern and grows in a clump formation. This plant is native to Southeast Asia and China, as well as other subtropical and tropical regions in the world and belongs to the family of Pteridaceae. In these species, the outer layer of the leaves is a single-layered epidermis, but don’t include stomata. Its cortex is divided into inner and outer cortical regions. It is mostly used as a houseplant, or in subtropical and tropical climate gardens.