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Blechnum penna-marina subsp. alpina, Austroblechnum penna-marina subsp. alpina

Ref.: BLECH 666

Origin : New-Zealand, Australia

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Family : Blechnaceae.

Synonym : Austroblechnum penna-marina subsp. alpina.

Creeping fern, finer and smaller than the species, with moderate growth. Evergreen, matt sterile fronds, first brownish pink, then bronze-green, half the size of the species. Numerous purplish fertile fronds emerge upright. Plant in acidic or neutral moist grounds, in light shade or sun, in a rockery. Evergreen. Height : 8/10cm. Hardiness : -25°C.

  • Foliage : evergreen
  • Height : less than 30cm
  • Soil type : acidic, deep, humusy, peaty
  • Site : streams or ponds banks, bogs, walls, rockery, fountain, rocks, banks, cool to moist, mixed borders
  • Exposure : half shade, sun
  • Shape : flat, ground cover
  • Rhizome : creeping and branching
  • Hardiness : down to -25°C (-13°F)