- Flower nameAdiantum
- Scientific nameAdiantum
- Aliasコバホウライシダ, ホウライシダ, Adiantum, Maidenhair fern, 唐草蓬莱羊歯, カラクサホウライシダ, 小葉蓬莱羊歯, アジアンタム・ラディアナム
- Place of origintemperate and tropical regions
- Place of floweringSeashore, Horticultural species, Bonsai, Ornamental plants, River, pond
- Flowering season
What is Adiantum
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.