Blechnum penna-marina, commonly known as the alpine water fern, is a creeping fern that spreads to form an attractive groundcover. Great plant for filling in gaps within a native garden, especially underneath trees. Grows best in moist soil with dapp … Read More »
This fern will thrive indoors or out. It forms an upright growth habit which will develop a short trunk when mature and it is often called the dwarf tree fern. It is frost tender and prefers a warm, shady area and like most ferns it will require ade … Read More »
Blechnum fluviatile - Kiwakiwa is more commonly known as a water fern. This fern is a groundcover native that grows in a distinctive, rosette shape with the sterile ferns that stand erect in the middle of the plant. Decorative use, it needs sheltered cool … Read More »
Blechnum montanum, known as mountain kiokio, is a NZ native fern. This fern is a groundcover and is best planted for growth in damp areas. It typically reaches a total growth of 30cm and the foliage is a red tone which changes to light green as the p … Read More »
Blechnum novae-zealandiae 'kiokio' is a native NZ fern which is widely found all throughout the country, mainly in forest areas, swamps, and some roadside banks. With all new growth having earthy red tones then once matured turning a vibrant green … Read More »
Once formerly known as Blechnum capense, Blechnum novae-Zelandiae is one of the most widely distributed species of ferns in New Zealand - growing abundantly on clay banks along roadsides and rivers. The long cascading fronds (up to 2m long and 50cm wide) … Read More »
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