Phegopteris connectilisRef.: PHEGO 001
Origin : France, cold and temperate zones of the northern hemisphere.
Family : Thelypteridaceae.
Northern beech fern.
The branching and creeping rhizome forms dense colonies.The stipe is erect and thin. The laminae is downy, triangular, horizontal, light green, graceful, with the basal pinnae pointing forward and downward. It is a fern for rather acidic soils, loving coolness and moisture; we find it mainly in mountaineous forests. Deciduous. Height : 15/30cm. Hardiness : -30°C.
- Foliage : deciduous
- Height : less than 30cm
- Soil type : acidic
- Site : cool to moist woods, walls, rockery, fountain, rocks, banks, cool to moist, forest edge
- Exposure : shade, half shade
- Shape : flexible, light, ground cover
- Rhizome : creeping and branching
- Hardiness : down to -30°C (-22°F)