Cyrtomium fortunei

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Buy Cyrtomium fortunei fortune's cyrtomium: Seim-evergreen fern with upright habit

  • Position: partial to full shade
  • Soil: moderately fertile, humus-rich, moist but well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    An semi-evergreen fern withbright green, broad, leathery fronds and distinctive black stems. It issometimes called holly fern due to the distinctive shape of the fronds. This fern has an upright habit and looks particularly attractive among other ferns or woodland plants in a shady border. but it does need humus-rich soil to thrive in.

    Garden care: Remove old fronds in spring to allow the new growth to uncurl. do not allow to dry out.

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Perfect for a shady spot

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Perfect for a shady spot - adds light green colour, some unique leaves shape and is evergreen so it keeps your border looking pretty in winter too. Growth rate is slow which is perfect as it doesn't seem to become huge.

Caro

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Cyrtomium fortunei

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Hello, I am putting together some window boxes for a shady area in my basement flat - it gets no direct sun at all as it is north facing, but does get natural light. I have already ordered some hellebores to go in but was wondering if some ferns might be a good addition too? I'm struggling to find information as to what to plant in such a limited space in an area with no sun. The boxes measure 50x15x15cm. Thank you!

TinPiskie

Hello, I'm afraid it sounds like a tricky spot as most plants require at least a little sun. There are a couple of tough ones though that can usually cope with low light - here are some of the best. Blechnum spicant http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/blechnum-spicant/classid.1816/ Polystichum sertiferum http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/polystichum-setiferum-divisilobum-group-herrenhausen/classid.1846/ Bergenia Bressingham White http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/bergenia-bressingham-white/classid.2000021285/ Pachysandra terminalis http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/pachysandra-terminalis/classid.3288/ I hope this gives you a few ideas,

helen

Non poisonous plants for pots please Hi I wonder if you can help. I have a Nursery school and am looking for some plants I can plant in pots, that are in a partly sunny, partly shady spot. They have to be plants that aren't poisonous and provide interest over as much of the year as possible. I really like the plants in you ready made border section on the website site, particularly shady pink, sunny pink and keep it cool. Could you please tell me if any of these plants are suitable for my needs? Many Thanks Joanne

Happy Hearts Day Nursery

Hello Joanne, I think your best option would be to opt for mainly evergreen shrubs as these will provide year-round interest. You can then infill with some of the more colourful perennials. As long as the spot does not get too much shade, then here are some of your best options. Hebe http://www.crocus.co.uk/search/_/search.hebe/ Vinca http://www.crocus.co.uk/search/_/search.vinca/ Pachysandra terminalis http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/shrubs/prices-that-have-been-pruned/pachysandra-terminalis-/classid.3288/ evergreen ferns http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/ferns/plcid.309/vid.228/ Rhododendrons (choose the smaller varieties for pots) http://www.crocus.co.uk/search/_/search.rhododendron/start.1/sort.0/cat.plants/ I hope this gives you a few ideas. Helen Plant Doctor

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Help with ferns to plant in large pots I would like to buy some ferns to go in pots to grow along the side of my house. The site is not too shady. Could you suggest four different types that will not outgrow their pots too quickly? I have looked at the selection of ferns on your website and think they look fabulous. I look forward to hearing from you so that I can put in an order. Many thanks. Beryl

Beryl Booker

Hello Beryl, Most of the ferns will thrive in pots, provided they are kept well watered. Therefore I would opt for some evergreen ferns such as the following Polypodium vulgare http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/ferns/polypodium-vulgare-/classid.1835/ Polystichum munitum http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/ferns/polystichum-munitum-/classid.1838/ Cyrtomium fortunei http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/ferns/cyrtomium-fortunei-/classid.2000004668/ Asplenium scolopendrium http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/ferns/asplenium-scolopendrium-/classid.1808/ I hope this helps. Helen Plant Doctor

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