Adiantum: Identification, plant Growth and reproduction


Learn about the plant

Adiantum is a genus of 200-250 type of evergreen, semi-time tested, and deciduous ferns, from exotic and subtropical parts of North and Latin America, but several from temperate regions of European countries, Parts of Asia, Australia, and North America. Adiantum is not easily cultivated with the average inside gardener. They grow best in diffused, brilliant gentle yet not robust sun rays or dense shading. Powerful light-weight scorches the foliage and dim light-weight causes weak progress—Maidenhair fern requirements an evenly moistened earth the year-round. Enormous growth occurs in winter when temperature ranges are high.

Plant growth conditions

The regular warmness is (50 F at nighttime and 65 to 70 F through the day). Perfect indirect light will be the appropriate spot – an east- or north-going through windowsill is good. Garden Compost should be stored moist all the time and not allowed to dry out. Misting is important.

Plant reproduction

The most basic method is to divide the plant in early spring. Sow spores when ripe, at minimum (70F 21 C)

How to maintain your Adiantum?

You should not expose the adiantum plant to the sun. In summer it’s best to water the plant every day. You should use the fertilizer once a month during the growing season. Plant diseases are mealybugs and rust.