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Woodwardia virginica Perquimans Co. NC (Virginia Chain Fern) slide #26465
NC Botanical Gdn, NC

Woodwardia virginica Perquimans Co. NC (Virginia Chain Fern)

Part Sun to Light ShadeZone: 4-9, at least 18" tall Origin: USA

Open House/Web-Only! This wonderful US native, from Maine to Texas, is strangely missing from gardens despite being a great, easy-to-grow garden specimen. Woodwardia virginica is usually found in bogs...often in very acidic, mucky soils, but we have found it quite adaptable in our dry sand. Woodwardia virginica has a long, creeping, deciduous rhizome that is topped during the growing season with vertical black stipes and upright 18" green fronds that often emerge coppery red. Woodwardia virginica is a nice spreader, but nothing like the weedy bracken fern. Our 5 year-old patches are 4' wide. Pot size: 24 fl. oz (709.77 ml)

#06639 - $12.00  

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