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Cultural and Growing Info is provided below.
Shimmering silver metallic fronds are complemented by the dusky plum purple mid-ribs. Tolerates heat and humidity (needs moisture in the south). Elegant arching mounds spread gradually.
Ferns are perfect for the shade garden. Lacy fronds soften the texture of other go-to shade classics like Hosta, Astilbe and Tiarella. The Latin name for this Fern is Athyrium n. pictum.
Ferns are perfect for the shade garden. Lacy fronds soften the texture of other go-to shade classics like Hosta, Astilbe and Tiarella. Always welcome in a naturalized setting, Ferns like a woodland setting with loamy soil with lots of leaf mold. Most are fine with acidity making them perfect near evergreens.
Idaho has restricted all potted plant material from being shipped into Idaho
at this time.
Prefers a moist, humus-rich soil. Allow foliage to remain over the winter to create a natural mulch. Clip off dead and damaged fronds in the spring. Rarely requires division, but if desired can be divided in spring or fall once large enough to have two or more crowns.
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