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propagating perennials: Woodwardia fimbriata-Giant Chain Fern
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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Woodwardia fimbriata-Giant Chain Fern

Woodwardia is native to the Pacific Northwest and best time to propagate is in the spring by separating the spreading rhizomes. This plant can grow up to 9' given the proper growing conditions which is a moist fertile soil in partial shade, best near a spring, and should be given lots of room to grow and is not tolerant of frost so the area must be well protected otherwise it is evergreen and like most ferns it is deer resistant.

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