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Adiantum Pedatum Imbricatum Northern Maidenhair Fern

Adiantum Pedatum Imbricatum Northern Maidenhair Fern

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Adiantum Pedatum, commonly known as the maidenhair fern, is a delicate and graceful fern species native to North America and parts of Asia. Its distinctive feature lies in the finely divided fronds that resemble the delicate appearance of maidenhair or lace. The fronds are elegantly arranged in a fan-like pattern, contributing to the plant's overall airy and elegant quality.

In its natural habitat, the maidenhair fern thrives in shaded, moist woodlands, often found along stream banks or in areas with well-draining soil. The preference for partial to full shade makes it well-suited for woodland gardens or locations with filtered light. This fern species is known for its adaptability and can be cultivated in a variety of temperate climates.

You will receive 1 hardened off, strong standard sized plug plant.

Common Name
Genus
Plant Form
Plant Type
Climate
Plant habitat Requires shelter
Sunlight Full sun
Watering
Flowering period May, June & July
Flower Colour
Season of interest
Foliage
Hardiness Rating (RHS) Hardy
Soil type Fertile, well-drained soil
Soil PH Neutral-alkaline
Size Height: 100cm, Spread: 20cm
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Care notes Regular watering is essential to maintain consistent soil moisture, and the fern benefits from mulching around the base to help retain moisture and regulate soil temperature.
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