Northern Maidenhair (Adiantum pedatum)
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The stipe of the plant is used as an ornament in basketry[172, 157].
The leaves can be used as a lining for carrying or storing fruits in baskets and on racks.
The plant is used as a hair conditioner. The stems have been used as a hair wash to make the hair shiny.
Plants can be used for ground cover when planted about 30cm apart either way, they form a slowly spreading clump.
Cultivation & Habitat
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