Pot Size: 1 litre
Description: An easily cultivated species that has thrived in our garden for years, originating from a small piece of branching rhizome covered in gingery hair (scales). That we originally collected growing epiphytically on an old log in a very deep and dark moist gully within the alpine forest on the cold slopes of Hohuanshan Taiwan in 1993. Where it formed a loose patch of rhizomes with upright slender scaly stems (stipes) to 30cm long bearing a loosely triangular in outline 35 × 30cm fronds of the most delicate finely dissected thin texture possible. Best grown in moist leafmould in full to light shade where the rhizomes can creep along the surface.
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Crûg Farm Plants, Griffith's Crossing, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 1TU.
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