Plant family: Blechnaceae-Fern
Plant type: Fern
Plant origin: N/A, California, Floristic Provence of Baja
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Woodwardia fimbriata, known by the common name giant chain fern is native to through California into Baja California. It grows in coniferous forests and other moist wooded habitat
Woodwardia fimbriata has very long, upright, arching, evergreen fronds to 6' x 4'.
Woodwardia fimbriata is cultivated as an ornamental plant for traditional and native plant gardens, and in natural landscaping in a woodland setting, especially near a pond or stream, and habitat restoration projects, Plant in full to part shade, not too fussy about soil as it is adaptable. Moderate to average water. Frost tender.
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