Adiantum pedatum Imbricatum

Aleutian Maidenhair Fern Imbricatu

A lovely, dwarf fern for little, shady spaces, Adiantum pedatum Imbricatum syn with Adiantum aleuticum Imbricatum is a semi-evergreen fern (sometimes winter-dormant), with a spreading habit, forming a rather congested mound. The leaves overlap on the slender, black stems, forming pale, bluish-green fronds, sometimes tinged pink when young. Aleutian Maidenhair Fern Imbricatum dislikes hot midday and afternoon sun, so plant in a shady place, which may get morning sun; it really prefers dappled shade. As it spreads, propagate by division in early spring. It can also be grown in a pot, kept in shade.

Site: Sheltered
Soil: Any rich, fertile, humus-rich, moist but well-drained soil
Position: Full shade, partial shade or dappled shade
Season of interest: Spring to autumn
Hardiness: Fully hardy
Height: 10” (20cm) Spread: 20” (50cm) in 2-5 years

Type | Size: Pot | 9cm
Details: Not provided
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