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Athyrium filix-femina 'Victoriae'

Lady Fern

Athyrium filix-femina 'Victoriae', first discovered in 1861 in Scotland during a 'Victorian Fern Craze'. This fern gathers a lot of attention because the pinnae form a pattern of x's up the frond ending in a falling tuft of seperate tips, unusual to the more commonly found fern. 


  • Category:Perennials
  • Hardiness Zone:4-9
  • Height:18-24 Inches
  • Spread:20-24 Inches
  • Spacing:12 Inches

Attributes
Attractive Foliage
Low Maintenance
Native
Foliage Color
Green
Best Usage
Border or Bed
Container
Mass Planting
Naturalizing
Soil Moisture Preference
Moist
Good Drainage
Wildlife
Deer Resistant
Season of Interest (Foliage)
Summer
Fall
Exposure
Part Sun
Part Shade
Asexual propagation prohibited?
No
Additional Information about Athyrium filix-femina 'Victoriae'

Athyrium filix-femina 'Victoriae', first discovered in 1861 in Scotland during a 'Victorian Fern Craze'. This fern gathers a lot of attention because the pinnae form a pattern of x's up the frond ending in a falling tuft of separate tips, unusual to the more commonly found fern. This fern is easily maintained in moist, rich soil and partial shade while looking beautiful in a garden!