Hardy deciduous fern. Forms clumps of upright fronds, creating a shuttlecock shaped plant. Moist soils in shade or semi-shade. Likes space and can take over.
shade to semi-shade
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H to 120cm, will spread if unchecked
Siebold’s Wood Fern – Slow spreading in dappled woodland shade, with blue shaded, leathery fingered fronds up to 80 cm. Drought tolerant when it is established and enjoys a warmer site. New fronds appear through the season. Originates in China and Japan.
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Undulated Hart’s Tongue Native form which forms small clumped rosettes of narrow wavy evergreen fronds, to 25cm height. Humous-rich soil, well drained but moist with reasonably neutral pH. Semi-shaded aspect.