Platycerium is an easy plant to grow - it is tolerant, likes bright, well-lit positions, but not direct sunlight. It tolerates partial shade.
It is worth sprinkling the whole plant with water 1-2 times a week. Don't shine it! Also, do not wipe the dust from the leaves, as this destroys the tiny hairs that cover them and help the plant endure dry air. in winter it may be lower, but it should not fall below 10 degrees Celsius. Old leaves wither and wither - do not remove them, they will fall off by themselves.
Wate elk antlers preferably once a week, in winter less often. Between waterings, the substrate in the pot should dry out, but not dry out completely. It is best to irrigate by immersing the container with the plant in a bowl of water for 15-30 minutes.
Platycerium is fertilized every 2 weeks in the summer with small doses of fertilizers (preferably liquid).