Adiantum pedatum

Common Name : Northern maidenhair fernFamily : PteridaceaeType : FernHabit : Spreading/BranchedFoliage : EvergreenFoliage colour : Light greenSunlight : Full ShadeMoisture : Poorly-drainedSeason of interest : Spring - Summer - Autumn - WinterTo be Sheltered Hardiness: Hardy in most places throughout the UK even in severe winters -15° to -10°

Adiantum pedatum, commonly known as the five-fingered maidenhair fern, is a hardy, deciduous fern native to the forests of eastern North America. In spring, fresh green fronds emerge, contrasting with attractive black stems. It’ll grow to form a feathery clump that will combine well with other woodland plants like epimediums, uvularias and ferns. Adiantum pedatum grows best in a moist, fertile and humus-rich soil, in dappled to partial shade. [Gardeners World]

See on garden plan - Coordinates: Q19