Platycerium stemaria, an African species, is fairly easy to grow. It is sensitive to cold, and can look ratty in winter, but is attractive while actively growing.
Water frequently while growing, less when dormant.
The spore pattern is shown above.
These plants were grown by Don Callard. They represent some of the variations found in the species.
The photo below is of a nice form of P. stemaria, which will be designated as P. stemaria 'HG 317'. It is unusually large, when well grown. The fingers on the fertile fronds may not be a stable trait, but are unusual for their length.