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Friday, March 20, 2009

Dryopteris x remota-Scaly Buckler Fern

Propagating Dryopteris or Scaly Buckler Fern can be done either in the spring or fall by digging up the plant and dividing the crown with ample roots selected for transplanting. Like most ferns this one is also deer resistant, evergreen in warmer zones, hardy to Zone 4, prefers a moist well draining soil, does well in partial or full shade and reaches a height of almost 36".

2 comments:

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bullthistle said...

Thanks. It takes a lot of research.

 
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