Adiantum pedatum Northern Maidenhair Fern
Dainty, bright green fronds are held aloft on shiny black stems, creating a light, airy texture in the woodland garden.Excellent foliage for using in cut flower arrangements. Plants take a couple of years to reach mature size, appreciating a rich soil that stays evenly moist. Not a good choice for dry shade under thirsty types of trees. Clumps may be divided after 4 to 5 years. Deciduous.
Additional Product Info
Exposure: Partial Shade or Full Shade
Resists: Deer, Rabbit Resistant
Height: 30-60 cm 12-23 Inches
Spread: 30-60 cm 12-23 inches
Foilage Shade: Light Green
Container Role: FillerPlant
Uses: Alpine & Rock Garden's, Attracts Butterflies,Borders,Containers, Cut Flower, Edging, Massed, Woodland
Early Spring: Divide or transplant as soon as new growth appears, and water well if it is unseasonably dry, as plants prefer an evenly moist soil. Fertilize gently with a slow-release fertilizer or use an organic mulch. Recently planted Ferns may be slow to appear, but be patient.
Mid-Spring: Water consistently if rainfall is not sufficient to keep soil moist. Apply a 2″ thick mulch of composted leaves or pine needles.
Late Spring: Watch for slug or snail damage and treat as necessary.
Summer: Continue regular watering as needed to maintain soil moisture.
Fall: Cut foliage back to soil level when it dies back after a heavy frost. When the ground freezes, mulch to protect plants from heaving out of the soil in winter.
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