Adiantum hispidulum (Maidenhair fern)

Adiantum hispidulum - an evergreen to deciduous fern featuring fronds, each to 14” long. It typically grows in an arching foliage clump to 12-18” tall, spreading over time by wiry, short-creeping rhizomes to form small colonies. Each frond is divided into narrow pinnae stemming from the center stem of the frond, with each pinna being clad with rough textured, oblong to fan-shaped, medium to dark green pinnules. Family : Pteridaceae  

Adiantum hispidulum (Maidenhair fern) 1

Author : Millette Réjean D.
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Online since: January 18th 2018


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