A delicate fern with long fronds of green leaves produced along black or dark brown strong stems. It will spread to form a graceful group in time. Do not mulch this plant. Use the dead leaves to cover through the winter. Adiantum raddianum is a tufted evergreen fern that bears triangular 3-pinnate fronds with rounded, lobed segments, on smooth black stems.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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