Polypodium cambricum 'Pulcherrimum Trippitt'Ref.: POLYP 055
Origin : raised by Bob Trippitt about 1980.
Family : Polypodiaceae.
Like the others cultivars of Pulcherrimum Group, 'Pulcherrimum Trippitt' is finely divided and feathery. It differs by its narrower and longer pinnules, its crisped and upward facing pinnae, giving the feathery aspect. The new fronds appear late summer bright green. The rhizome is creeping and branching slowly. This fern is drough resistant and can be grown in any drained soil, acidic or chalky. Evergreen. Height : 25/30cm. Hardiness : -20°C