Dryopteris intermedia | Intermediate Wood Fern

$9.00

Semi-evergreen to evergreen. Also known as Fancy Wood Fern, this common northeastern North American fern has delicate-looking, thrice-cut fronds. Often found growing naturally on very rocky soils and simply beautiful emerging from a bed of moss. it is the most drought-tolerant of our native wood ferns.

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Description

Latin name: Dryopteris intermedia
Common name: Intermediate Wood Fern
Zone: 3
Size: 16-24” x 18-26”
Exposure: Part sun, part shade, shade.
Soil: Moist, average, dry, humus-rich, acidic to neutral pH.
Use: Woodland gardens, massing.
Description: Semi-evergreen to evergreen. Also known as Fancy Wood Fern, this common northeastern North American fern has delicate-looking, thrice-cut fronds. Often found growing naturally on very rocky soils and simply beautiful emerging from a bed of moss. it is the most drought-tolerant of our native wood ferns.