Woodwardia unigemmataRef.: WOODW 458
Origin : Japan, China, Himalayas, Philippines.
Family : Blechnaceae.
A dramatic fern with sturdy, glossy, spreading fronds, red when they are young and slowly turning to green. The fronds produce, at the apex, one or two buds. Place it in a deep soil, soft and moist, acidic or slightly alkaline, in medium shade. Evergreen. Width : 3m. Hardiness : -17°C (in open ground).
- Soil type : any, deep, humusy, peaty
- Site : streams or ponds banks, cool to moist woods, walls, rockery, fountain, rocks, banks, cool to moist, mixed borders
- Exposure : half shade
- Shape : spread
- Rhizome : erect
- Hardiness : down to -15°C (5°F)