Woodwardia proliferaRef.: WOODW 992
Origin : Asia.
Family : Blechnaceae.
Synonym : Woodwardia orientalis var. formosana.
A spreading crown that can reach 3 meters wide. The young fronds are rose-coloured. The mature fronds are bipinnate, broad, glossy, medium green. During summer, the fronds are covered with orange-pink plantlets that can be propagated. It grows in acidic or chalky soils, in light shade Evergreen in a mild climate. Width : 3m. Hardiness : -10°C.
- Foliage : evergreen
- Height : 60 to 90cm
- Soil type : acidic, deep, humusy, peaty
- Site : veranda, greenhouse, indoor, mixed borders, potted fern
- Exposure : half shade
- Shape : spread
- Rhizome : erect
- Hardiness : down to -10°C (14°F)