Davallia teyermanniiRef.: DAVAL 888
Origin : Laos, China, Vietnam.
Famille : Davalliaceae.
White rabbit's foot fern.
Fern characterized by imbricated rhizomes cloaked with gray-beige scales, creeping on the surface. The long stipes are upright. The fronds are triangular and finely divided. This species is different from D. mariesii, by the sturdy and dark-green blades. Ideal on a veranda in a pot or a hanging basket. Strong and easy, it enjoys light and heat and dislikes the excess dampness. Hardiness : -10°C.
- Foliage : evergreen
- Height : less than 30cm
- Soil type : any, well drained
- Site : walls, rockery, rocks, banks, temporarily dry, veranda, greenhouse, indoor, potted fern
- Exposure : half shade, sun
- Shape : flexible, light
- Rhizome : creeping and branching
- Hardiness : down to -10°C (14°F)