Adiantum mairisii (Hybrid Maidenhair)

Attractive charcoal black stems hold pale green leaflets creating fronds 16 cm tall. Eventually increases to form a colony.



Mairis’s maidenhair produces lacy, bright green 15 to 18 cm fronds supported by brittle blackish stipes (stems). Individual fronds appear incredibly delicate and almost seem to float above the ground. While it is deciduous, it holds its fronds well into the fall season. This exciting woodlander spreads with ease through the landscape in light moist soil and filtered shade.

Additional information

Common Name

Hybrid Maidenhair


Grow in partial shade in any soil except very dry


-10 degrees

Eventual Height

40 cms

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