Flower Database

Adiantum

Basic information
Flower Name
Adiantum
Formal Name
Adiantum
Alias
Adiantum, Maidenhair fern, 唐草蓬莱羊歯, 小葉蓬莱羊歯, アジアンタム・ラディアナム
Habitat
temperate and tropical regions
Morph
perennial ferns
Comment
Adiantum or maidenhair fern (scientific name: Adiantum) is a general term for perennial ferns of the family Pteridaceae, which are native to temperate and tropical regions such as Japan. There are several species of ferns, such as Asiantum capillus-veneris and Adiantum raddianum.
The picture is of Adiantum raddianum. Adiantum raddianum is a horticultural variety of Adiantum capillus-veneris.
Generic name: Adiantum raddianum, Scientific name: Adiantum raddianum, aka: maidenhair fern, Place of origin: Japan and other temperate to tropical regions, Habitat: Chiba and beyond, Environment: Coastal and river cliffs, Life-style: Evergreen, Height: 15-30 cm, Stem length: 15 cm, Stem color: Blackish brown, Leaf color: Green, Leaf shape: 3-pinnate compound leaves, Lobular shape: Fan-shaped, Leaf Inflorescence: Alternate, Flower: As it is a fern, it does not produce flowers but spores on the underside of the leaves, Use: For appreciation, Remarks: General term for the genus Pteridophyta.
Detailed information
Order
Polypodiales
Family
Adiantaceae
Genus
Adiantum
Species
A. raddianum
Flower type
Other
Flower array
Other
Petal shape
no petal
Leaf type
Tripinnate-Compound Leaf
Leaf edge
Flowering place
Beach cultivated variety Bonsai foliage plant River pond
Color
Orange
Season
Height
30  ~ 60  [cm]
Diameter
 ~