Adiantum aleuticum var. subpumilumRef.: ADIAN 115
Origine : was discovered in the 1960s in British Columbia (Canada).
Family : Pteridaceae.
Very dwarf variety, fan like fronds, pinnules overlapping. Slow and difficult to establish, it enjoys alkaline or acidic soil, humusy, cool, drained, in light shade. Height : 10cm. Hardiness : -20°C.
- Foliage : evergreen
- Height : less than 30cm
- Soil type : any
- Site : walls, rockery, fountain, rocks, banks, cool to moist
- Exposure : half shade
- Shape : flat
- Rhizome : short-creeping
- Hardiness : down to -20°C (-4°F)