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Diplazium (glade fern)

Diplazium (glade ferns) from Hallson Gardens: We ship ferns while dormant in April to mid-May, again in the fall, plus they are available at the nursery in the summer. These are field grown divisions from mature plants.

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Pronunciation: dip-LAY-zee-um Common Name: glade fern
Light: Part shade to full shade Moisture: Average
Soil: Humus-rich, moist but well-drained pH: slightly acidic to neutral
Zones: 4 - 9 Diplazium Planting Instructions


Diplazium pycnocarpon

Diplazium pycnocarpon, glade fern, has 24 to 36" arching and upright fronds with smooth, medium green, feathery blade pairs. It is easy to grow and relatively drought tolerant, slow spreading, forming a dense colony. (AKA Deparia pycnosora)

  • Ships April to mid-May and again after mid September
  • Field grown rhizome, freshly dug and shipped bare root
  • $9.95
    Quantity Price (ea)
    3-4  $9.45
    5+  $8.95
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