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Woodwardia


  • Woodwardia fimbriata

    Family : Blechnaceae.

    Giant chain fern.

    This stately fern forms an upright to flared crown. The fronds are lanceolate, light green, and leathery. It enjoys rich and humusy soils, acidic or neutral, always moist, along a stream, a pond, in medium shade. Evergreen in a mild climate. Height : 60/150cm. Hardiness : -10°C.

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  • Woodwardia orientalis

    Family : Blechnaceae.

     A spreading crown that can reach 1,5m wide. The young fronds are green. The mature fronds are bipinnate, thick, broad, medium green. During summer, the fronds are partially covered with green plantlets that can be propagated. It grows in acidic or chalky soils, in light shade Evergreen in a mild climate. Width : 1,5m. Hardiness : -12°C.

     

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  • Woodwardia prolifera

    Family : Blechnaceae.

    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.

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  • Woodwardia radicans

    Family : Blechnaceae.

    European chain fern

    The green glosssy fronds are arching and broad, they produce buds at the apices, which root in moist soil. This species enjoys deep and moist ground, in shade. Evergreen down to -7°C. Width : 2m. Hardiness : -10°C.

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  • Woodwardia unigemmata

    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).

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  • Woodwardia unigemmata, undulate form

    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).

    From 9.00 €