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propagating perennials: Blechnum spicant-Deer Fern
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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Blechnum spicant-Deer Fern

Propagating Blechnum or Deer Fern is done one of two different ways, either by transplanting the rooted rhizomes in the spring or dividing the parent clump and breaking off well rooted transplants either in the spring or fall. Deer Fern will reach a height of 18"-24", is evergreen, a native of the Pacific NW, deer resistant, prefers a moist acidic well draining soil, and will thrive in shade or partial sun as long as the soil remains moist.

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