Crazy fern that takes away the need to fuss with growing this from spore as it makes a multitudinous panoply of ready-to-go plantlets on the leaves that will soon have you owning the corner in your 'hood dealing in fern babies. Remember, if it's a kid, the first one is free. Warmer gardens of indoors, mulch protect in zone 8 winters.
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Sporelings of the Mexican Chain Fern originally introduced from the mountains near Oaxaca. A rarely seen beautiful species surviving many years in a Seattle garden. The same garden has a glorious container of this which overwinters frost-free in the sunroom where it not only survives but thrives. Thanks to Jeanette Kunnen for sharing.
Woodwardia unigemmata - Undulate Form
We have just a handful of this choice form of the species in which the pinnae are distinctly undulated adding yet another layer of tasteful complexity to a species already awash in attributes. It really isn't fair to be born with gorgeous 6'-7' fronds but do you have to flaunt undulation too? Well, yes.
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Woodwardia unigemmata MD 10-176
Our collection from near the 100 Li Rhododendron Area in Guizhou Province in China. This is a fantastic fern and quietly imposing in the garden lending some tropicalissimo punch. Long lowrider fronds lean low over the ground and can exceed 6' long. Usually evergreen, mulch well in zone 7 or arctic blasts, Likes it moist.
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