Five Fingered Maidenhair Fern
Remove dead foliage each year. This fern sheds its leaves each autumn to grow back in spring.
How to care for Five Fingered Maidenhair Fern
Prefers to be in shade but can be successful in partial light.
Easy to look after, just remember to water.
These ferns like damp soil. Remember it is better to give large, less frequent drinks.
Plant with a good quality peat free compost.
Make sure the soil is well drained but damp.
Adiantum pedatum 'Imbricatum'
Loses leaves each year (deciduous)
RECOMMENDED SOTO POT SIZE
NURSERY POT SIZE
Not that has been reported
EVENTUAL GROWTH (5-10 YEARS)
Height - 0.5M - Width - 0.5M
Five Fingered Maidenhair Fern (Adiantum pedatum 'Imbricatum')
In this Soto Masterclass we explain the main characteristics of the Five Fingered Maidenhair Fern, otherwise known as Adiantum pedatum 'Imbricatum'.
The Five Fingered Maidenhair Fern likes to be in moist shade. Soto love the fern for its interesting texture and movement.
In this guide, Max demonstrates how to care for the fern throughout the year. Cut the fern all the way back in autumn with secateurs and then in spring, add compost around its base. During later spring and summer, cut away any dead growth that appears.