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Fortune's Cold Hardy Holly Fern

Fortune's Cold Hardy Holly Fern

An easy backdrop in cooler gardens
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Fortune's Cold Hardy Holly Fern Fortune's Cold Hardy Holly Fern

Fortune's Cold Hardy Holly Fern

An easy backdrop in cooler gardens
  • A good companion to hostas and fernlike shade plants
  • Long-lasting in cold climates; evergreen in warm climates
  • Unique shape, shade and texture
  • Zone 5-8
  • Height 18 - 30 inches
  • Sun Exposure Partial Shade, Full Shade
  • Ship As 3" POT

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    Product Description

    The artful, handsome foliage on Fortune's Cold Hardy Holly Fern makes an exquisite backdrop for your shade-garden blooms. It'll keep the area interesting well into the colder seasons, and in warm climates it'll actually be evergreen. This cultivar forms into a nice light green clump, adding a unique shade, shape and texture to a mixed planting. It's a good companion to other green foliage plants like hostas or fernlike shade plants like astilbe. This holly fern is very easy to grow, it just needs partial shade and moist, well-drained soil. Cyrtomium fortunei

    Product Details

    • Botanical Name:

      Cyrtomium fortunei
    • Sun Exposure: Partial Shade, Full Shade
    • Height/Habit: 18 - 30 inches
    • Spread: 16 - 24 inches
    • Spacing: 18 - 24 inches
    • Hardiness Zone: 5-8
    • Planting Instructions: Plant at the same soil level as it is in its pot.
    • Winter Care: A winter mulch around the base is advisable in colder climates.
    • Shipped: 3" POT
    • Growth Rate: Moderate to fast.
    • Shipping Season: Fall
    • Foliage Type: Leathery, sickle-shaped leaflets in light green.
    • Soil Requirement: Evenly moist, well drained soil.
    • Watering Requirement: Average water needs
    • Additional Information: The species is named after Robert Fortune the 19th century Scottish plantsman who was the first westerner to describe a great many species.
    • Restricted States: AE AK GU HI PR

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