Adiantum tricholepis forms gracefully arching or pendulous clusters of fronds with hairs in the ultimate segments.
Adiantum tricholepis is a distinctive maidenhair fern that creeps and produces gracefully arching or pendulous clusters of fronds. The ultimate segments of the fronds are hairy, a rather unusual feature for a maidenhair. It performs best in soils with high organic matter and plenty of moisture but will tolerate dry situations.
Common Name: Fuzzy Maidenhair Fern
Family: Pteridaceae (The Maidenhair Fern Family)
Zone Hardiness: 8-10
Light: Full Shade, Part Shade
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Soil Moisture: Average, Moist, Drought Tolerant
Stem Colour: Black
Deer Resistant: Unknown
BC Native: No
Native Habitat: limestone cliffs along streams, on boulders in creeks, and among rocks on steep slopes
Geogrpahical Origin: Americas - North America
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