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Cyrtomium fortunei & Polystichum setiferum plumosa.


Cyrtomium fortunei & Polystichum setiferum plumosa.



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the frond/leaf forms go well together.

25 Jun, 2021

 

Agreed (again)!

26 Jun, 2021

 

I third that comment! Love ferns, Josee..I have both. My Holly Fern is struggling though..it’s in a pot in a shady corner..I may have to try it somewhere else.

26 Jun, 2021

 

I kept my Cyrtomium in the shed the first year that I had it as I was worried that it wasn't hardy. I needn't have tho'
as when I planted it out it just grew rapidly & so far it has not been harmed by any frost. Perhaps your fern would like to escape from its pot Kate. :-)

26 Jun, 2021

 

I'm fond of ferns but only have one damp shaded corner I have a couple there , these look very healthy Ff ..

27 Jun, 2021

 

I think that’s very good advice, Josee! I shall plant it out in the garden this week. 😊

27 Jun, 2021



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