Does Not Flower. Plant in part or full shade. HxS 45x45cm
Fortune’s Holly Fern is the hardiest of the Japanese Holly Ferns and we have found it to survive to -10c. It is a good choice for a shady spot in a colder garden. The grey-green fronds add a soft look to the shade garden during spring and summer, turning yellow as autumn commences but remaining semi-evergreen throughout the winter. The plant has a rounded, but more prostrate habit than Cyrtomium falcatum. It prefers a moist, but not soggy, location and looks unlike any fern you have seen before, with the frond reminiscent of holly leaves. AGM. Pot size 1.5 litre.
Care & Maintenance.
Cut down old fronds in late winter or early spring. Divide established clumps in spring.
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