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Maidenhair Fern, Adiantum is a Gorgeous Indoor and Outdoor Fern

A North American native, this gorgeous fern is excellent for both indoor and outdoor planting, and the graceful fronds are dazzling in bouquets. Like most ferns, the maidenhair fern is a low-maintenance plant that is well-adapted to shade, but it will do wonderfully in sunnier spots as long as it is kept moist. With a spread of approximately 2 feet high and 2 feet wide, it’s easy to tuck into any space that needs a pop of color. This fern can spread via rhizomes beneath the soil, making it an excellent choice for naturalizing. When planting outdoors, look for a slightly sheltered spot with plenty of moisture. Shady borders, rock gardens, or areas near water features are all excellent choices. With a bit of protection from frost, this fern is hardy in zones 3-9. Best of all, this pretty small plant is deer resistant.

Maidenhair ferns, Adiantum Prefer Soil that Stays Moist at all Times

Indoors, they prefer soil that stays moist (not wet) at all times, excellent air circulation, and a somewhat sunny spot in the house. This fern does exceptionally well in self-watering pots or set on top of a pebble tray with a bit of water to keep the soil moist. Maidenhair Fern is also called Adiantum Pedatum. Hardy planting zones are 3-8 ; The growth rate is up to 3 feet per year. Maidenhair Ferns are leafy and do not produce a flower. This fern is slow growers. Maidenhair Fern can spread along the ground and can grow in many zones. They prefer part sun to full shade and need constant moisture. It can only grow up to 2 feet tall but can pack a lot of colors. This fern can be grown outside or inside in a hanging basket. The fronds are delicate and need to be planted near a building or become sheltered not to get wind damaged. They can grow in planters or pots. This plant can add a lot of color to your home or porch.


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There are many species and varieties of ferns, making it possible for the name "maidenhair fern" to belong to more than one tree. Maidenhair fern (Adiantum capillus-veneris) is a species of fern in the family Pteridaceae, native to northern Europe and western Asia. It is the species of the genus Adiantum. Maidenhair fern is a small, delicate, terrestrial fern with a small, delicate frond reaching up to 30 cm (12 inches) long. The frond is bipinnate and palmate. The several pinnae are rachis-pinnatifid and pinnatifid, leaving a rachis segment of about 1–4 cm at the front base. Cup-like indusia cover the sori.

 The maidenhair fern is an elegant plant with a delicate fan of arching fronds. It's the perfect choice for the windowsill or perhaps a terrarium. Maidenhair ferns are a popular houseplant because they are easy to care for. Garden centers and nurseries sell them in large quantities. Tiny Maidenhair ferns are one of the most popular and widely available houseplants. Maidenhair ferns do not need bright light, so you can place them just about anywhere in your home. It is found in damp soil on shaded rocky ledges, especially limestone cliffs, growing on mossy rocks or tree trunks.

It is an example of symbiosis because it has a relationship with fungi associated with its roots called mycorrhiza. Maidenhair ferns are perennial evergreens, so they don't require much care and high maintenance to keep them healthy. If a frond turns brown, it can be removed easily, and the plant will grow a new one. This plant thrives in areas of your garden that receive indirect light. The dry, shady, and rocky soil that maidenhair ferns prefer makes them easy to maintain. By providing oxygen, Maidenhair ferns are suitable for removing any foul odor from the room. For those looking to make their room fresh naturally, purchase Maidenhair ferns because it's an excellent solution for severe and lousy odor problems. 

 Hardiness Zone: 3-8 

 Sun Exposure: Partial afternoon sun, shade

 Height at maturity: 1 to 3 feet

 Soil Type: It needs the soil moist but well-drained

 Width: From 1 to 2 feet

 Problem Solvers: Groundcover

 Special Features: Good for Containers

 Ship as: Bareroot

 Propagation: Division

 These are the hardiest ferns, and they are easy to care for. Their thin, delicate leaflets may be single or double. In spring, rhizomes send up new fronds that unfurl into a graceful fan shape, topping out 2 feet tall.  The fronds will begin to droop if the plant's water needs are not met, so keep an eye on them. You can cut off brown or yellowing fronds without damaging the plant. Maidenhair fern reduces carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, and other airborne toxins, thus purifying your indoor air quality. This indoor plant also helps reduce stress levels by releasing oxygen into the air that we breathe. Eliminating airborne contaminants can help improve respiratory problems such as asthma, hay fever, and eczema. It makes it ideal for bedrooms, bathrooms, and even living rooms, where it can purify the dry air naturally by removing toxins. It's perfect for rooms where you spend long periods, such as offices and studies. 

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Botanical Name - Maidenhair Fern - Adiantum Hardy Planting Zones- 2-8 Sun or Shade ??Part shade to full shade Mature Height - 1-3??Mature Width- 1-3??Bloom Season ??Early Spring-Summer Gardener Status- Beginner
Planting Zones 3-8
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  • 5
    Great Value

    LOVED the brightness of this fern!

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