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Common Name: Northern maidenhair fern
Adiantum pedatum, commonly called northern maidenhair fern, is a deciduous, clump-forming fern and is most frequently found on rich wooded slopes, ravine bottoms and damp shady woods. Frilly fronds develop from reddish-brown stems. Crosiers (fiddleheads) are decorative and emerge pink in spring.
Size: 2.5" Potted Plant
Frond Description: Features finely-textured, somewhat frilly fronds which have curved stalks and are palmately-divided (i.e., fronds divide into finger-like projections). Wiry stems are reddish-brown to black. Crosiers (coiled young fiddleheads) emerge pink in spring.
Light Requirement: Partial Shade to Full Shade.
Soil Type: Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in part shade to full shade. Prefers moist, humusy, acidic soils.
Hardiness Zones: 4,5,6,7,8,9
Attributes: Ornamental Fern, Deer Resistant, Shade Tolerant, Coloured Fiddleheads, Coloured Stem, Showy Foliage, Foliage Interest, Drought Tolerant, Woodland
Care: Easy Care
Brand Hong Quat Packging
Calo 36 Calo
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