Maidenhair ferns are popular plants because they are easy to grow, relatively maintenance free, and look great in any environment. They can be used in a variety of settings, from the garden to the window box. Maidenhair Ferns require very little water and can tolerate dry conditions. They also provide a nice contrast against other plants in your garden.
Maidenhair Fern – 4″ Pot
43 in stock
Maidenhair Ferns (Adiantum capillus-veneris) are a type of fern that can be found growing in moist areas like stream banks, bog margins, and moist forests. They are interesting plants because they have a long stem that climbs up trees and produce fronds that look like hair.
- Amazing indoor plant
- Grows quickly and are inexpensive to purchase
- Can multiply in a variety of conditions
- Incredible Picked Out of:
- South Carolina, USA The Secret Garden
- In the wild
- Can Be Broken from Moist But In Humidity
- Used As Ornament, Binding Herb.
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- Green 12 sheets per pack
- Acanthaceae, Asparagaceae family
- A climbing or scrambling plant with creeping rhizomes as its main method of movement
- Arborescent ferns from the New World tropics and subtropics
- Some people use these tropical ferns in containers for their ornamental value