Fronds pedately divided, pink when young but maturing to very dark green, grows to height of 12”, plant in a sheltered position
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Adiantum hispidulum, commonly known as Rough Maidenhair Fern or five-fingered jack, is a small fern in the family Pteridaceae of widespread distribution. It is found in Africa, Australia, Polynesia, Malesia, New Zealand and other Pacific Islands. Its fronds rise in clumps from rhizomes among rocks or in the soil in sheltered areas.
Rough maidenhair fern
Plant in shelter spot
Grows in partial shade