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Matteuccia


  • Matteuccia orientalis

    Family : Onocleaceae

    Oriental ostrich fern.

    The sterile fronds appear in early spring, they are spread and form stately flared clumps. The rhizome is moderately creeping. It likes humusy and moist soils, acidic or alkaline, in shade. The fertile fronds appear in late summer, short and narrow, and overwinter, dark brown. Deciduous. Width : 100cm. Height : 60/80cm. Hardiness : -18°C.

     

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  • Matteuccia struthiopteris

    Family : Onocleaceae.

    This tall stately fern forms an elegant cone shape. It spreads from stolons that produce suckers, eventually forming a dense colony. It needs a moist to wet soil, humusy, acidic or alkaline. Deciduous. Height : 50/160cm, according to conditions. Hardiness : -35°C.

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  • Matteuccia struthiopteris 'Jumbo'

    Family : Onocleaceae.

    Syn. Matteuccia struthiopteris 'The King'

    Stately fern. It spreads from stolons that produce suckers, eventually forming a colony,, not as tight as M. struthiopteris var. pennsylvanica . It differs from the species by its less breakable fronds, arranged in cones. It yellows in autumn, later than the species and is more heat tolerant. This variety produce numerous fertile fronds, narrow, first green and then brown, that last all winter. It needs a moist and humusy soil, acidic or alkaline. Deciduous. Height : 1m to 2m according to conditions. Hardiness : -35°C.

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