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Davallia


  • Davallia mariesii

    Family : Davalliaceae.

    Hare's foot fern.

    Fern characterized by imbricated rhizomes cloaked with grey-beige scales, creeping on the surface. The long stipes are upright. The triangular laminae are finely divided and light green. Evergreen, at the end of winter, a part of the fronds decline and numerous new crosiers appear. 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.

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  • Davallia teyermannii

    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.

    From 10.00 €