Adiantum caudatum, commonly walking maidenhair, tailed maidenhair, trailing maidenhair is a fern in the genus Adiantum.
Common name: hamsapadi Color: green Height: under 6 in. (15 cm) 6-12 in. (15-30 cm) 12-18 in. (30-45 cm) Difficulty level: easy to grow
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Sunlight: Partial to Full Shade
Soil: Partial to Full Shade
Temprature: 15Â° C
Fertilizer: any organic fertilizer
Whether you are going to use a living tree or a cut tree, there are a few important things you should know about selecting and caring for your Christmas tree.
The first consideration should be freshness, after all, you want to be sure that your tree will survive through the entire holiday season.
Special Feature: Adiantum caudatum is an evergreen, perennial fern producing fronds up to 60cm tall from a shortly-creeping rhizome. The fronds are arching to semi-prostrate, forming roots at their apex from which a new plant develops[200 ]. Use Medicinal use:
Adiantum philippense is well known for its antioxidant potential.
Used in treatment of paralysis, blood diseases, epileptic fits, rabies, dysentery, elephantiasis, pimples, and wounds.