Prized among collectors because of its beauty and rarity, the silver-dollar maidenhair fern is endemic to Peru’s Amazonian basin. The fern has large, flat pinnules, black stems and its fronds can reach over two feet in length. Its generously-sized leaves emerge round with a pink blush before maturing to green.

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Prized among collectors because of its beauty and rarity, the silver-dollar maidenhair fern is endemic to Peru’s Amazonian basin. The fern has large, flat pinnules, black stems and its fronds can reach over two feet in length. Its generously-sized leaves emerge round with a pink blush before maturing to green.

People often ask

Why do silver-dollar maidenhair fern leaves turn brown?

Silver-dollar maidenhair fern can be from too much water and too much direct sunlight.

Where is silver-dollar maidenhair fern native?

Silver-dollar maidenhair fern is native to Peru.