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Intermedia Spinulosa
Spreading Wood Fern

Spreading Wood Fern

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Spreading Wood Fern $4.69 1

1 Gallon Fast Grow Potting Soil $6.99 1

2 Gallon Fast Grow Potting Soil $11.99 1

5 Gallon Fast Grow Potting Soil $22.99 1





Buy the spreading wood fern at Dnt nursery. This plant is a species of fern native to cool temperate and subarctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere, south at high altitudes in mountains to Spain and Greece in southern Europe, to Japan in eastern Asia, and to central California in North America. The species was first described from Germany. It prefers cool, moist mixed or evergreen forests and rock crevices on alpine slopes, often growing on rotting logs and tree stumps and rocky slopes. It is characteristically riparian in nature, and is especially associated with stream banks. It has a stout, woody, creeping or ascending stock with large, green lacy fronds 10-60 cm long. The deltate fronds are bipinnate at the base, pinnate toward the apex. The rhizome is erect or ascending, often producing offshoots. Sorioccur medially on the underside of the pinnae.

Ferns make your home look good and add value

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Ferns can be used in many areas

Ferns are great to use in those hard to grow areas because they love the shade and moist soil.

Zone 3-9

Mature Height: 1.5-3 ft.

Mature Width: 1.5-3 ft.

Growth/Year: 1.5-3 ft.

Sunlight: Partial to Full Shade

Soil Conditions: Moist, well-drained soils

Botanical Name: Intermedia Spinulosa