Woodwardia unigemmata, undulate formRef.: WOODW 459
Origin : Japan, China, Himalayas, Philippines.
Family : Blechnaceae.
A dramatic fern with sturdy, glossy, spreading fronds, very ondulate, 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).
- Foliage : evergreen
- Height : 60 to 90cm, over 90cm
- Soil type : any, deep, humusy, peaty
- Site : streams or ponds banks, walls, rockery, fountain, rocks, banks, cool to moist, mixed borders
- Exposure : half shade
- Shape : spread
- Rhizome : erect
- Hardiness : down to -15°C (5°F)