Maidenhair Fern (Adianthum Fragrans) is a fine-leaf fern with a beautiful fresh green colour.
The maidenhair ferns are delicate ferns with very small fronds and a lacy appearance. These are considered hardy ferns, rather than tropical ferns, but don't let the description fool you: these can be difficult plants to keep in good health indoors. They are particular as to their conditions, with an especially high requirement for humidity. No matter, though, because they are beautiful and lend a very exuberant look to their rooms
Condition of plants, including their leaves is good as you can see from my photos of a sample of the stock - In winter the colour changes in some of the leaves and in late march you may want to trim away old growth ready for new growth.
Watering instructions: Water freely in summer and keep moist in winter. Place the pot on a tray of pebbles to keep humidity elevated and spray frequently.
Feeding instructions: Feed every 2 weeks with weak liquid fertiliser during growth season.
Care instructions: Keep in a shady area away from direct sunlight and bright lights. Protect from cold draughts and temperatures below 16degC.