Ferns

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Cyrtomium fortunei (Phanerophlebia fortunei)
This fern is close relative to cyrtomium falcatum (Japanese holly fern). It is hardier and its leaves are not glossy. They are light to dull green, erect, pinnate with sickle-shaped leaflets. It likes acidic, humus-rich soil that is light and always moist. It does best planted in shade or semi-shad ...
USUAL HEIGHT USUAL WIDTH LOCATION USDA zone
Code of winter protection zone 5+6
Code of winter protection zone 7
0.3 - 0.6m 0.3 - 0.6m semi-shade / partial sun 6   (down to -23°C) for zone 5+6   for zone 7
Matteuccia struthiopteris
Shuttlecock fern (ostrich fern) is one of the most common ferns of European origin. It grows in our woodlands, in shaded areas and on wet meadows. It has erect, light green fronds that under ideal conditions can grow 1.5m tall, but are usually shorter in cultiva ...
USUAL HEIGHT USUAL WIDTH LOCATION USDA zone
Code of winter protection zone 5+6
Code of winter protection zone 7
0.6 - 1m 0.3 - 0.4m full sun to shade 4   (down to -34°C) for zone 5+6   for zone 7
Polystichum polyblepharum
Japanese tassel fern belongs to the evergreen group. Its leaves are hardy to about -20°C if sheltered from sun and wind. In any case the plant is fully hardy to about -30°C. Upright growing leaves are long fronds made of dark green, glossy, leathery leaflets, often with hairy indumentum on the rever ...
USUAL HEIGHT LOCATION USDA zone
Code of winter protection zone 5+6
Code of winter protection zone 7
0.5 - 0.8m semi-shade to shade 6   (down to -23°C) for zone 5+6   for zone 7

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LARGE PLANTS over 150 cmspecimens, screening and hedging shrubs

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