This delicate deciduous fern is prized for its lacy foliage and striking, deep black stems. A North American native, this gorgeous fern is great for both indoor and outdoor planting, and the lacy 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 great choices. With a little protection from frost, this fern is hardy in zones 3-9. Best of all, this pretty little plant is deer resistant.
Maidenhair ferns also makes wonderful houseplants. Indoors, they prefer soil that stays moist (not wet) at all times, good air circulation, and a somewhat sunny spot in the house. This fern does especially well in self-watering pots or set on top of a pebble tray with a little water to keep the soil moist.
Maidenhair Fern also called Adiantum Pedatum. Hardy planting zones are 3-9. Growth rate is up to 3 feet per year. Maidenhair Ferns are leafy and do not produce a flower. This fern are 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 color.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 so that they don’t get wind damaged.
They can also be grown in planters or pots. This plant can add a lot of color to your home or porch.
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