Dryopteris sichotensis – A large Asian forest fern with dark scales and strong, flat growing fronds. Occurs in the undergrowth of forests, in the highlands on loamy soil with high humidity. In the garden it is adaptable and particularly beautiful as a solitary plant with low underplants.
SUBSTRATE & WATERING
Grows under medium or stronger light in moist garden soil or potting mix.
A beautiful species thanks to a cloud of light green leaves in spring
The croziers in spring seem to make a nice bow, just like a sheep hook
A very attractive and easy grown fern. Rather uncommon with upright, gracefully arching, chartreuse aging to soft, dark green fronds This fern gets its botanic name from the area where it comes from, namely the Sicho-te-Alin mountains of eastern Russia.
Species is easy to grow and deserves more application
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