An extremely finely divided frond with generous spacing between the pinna and pinnule divisions. It shares the vinous skeletal coloration of the Burgundy-stemmed Lady-fern, but is overall more delicate and drooping in habit.
She shares this with some other Ferns from our assortment like the Araiostechia and Adiantum types, these Ferns also look sensitive but are extreme strong, this makes them so interesting.
The species is native to Japan and Taiwan.
She is hardy to-24°C (zone 6) and can stand some sun but no full sun for many hours. This also depends on the surrounding plants and availability of sufficient water of course. In winter this fern is deciduous.
The fern is extremely strong and very suitable for gardening, it is less suitable as container plant since watering needs a lot of attention.
If you forget watering once, the fronds will be damaged.
This Lady Fern will stay quite small (40cm-60cm high) and can handle some sun. Very suitable as under planting with shrubs or other higher perennials.
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