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Dryopteris nigropaleacea

  • Subject: [ferns] Dryopteris nigropaleacea
  • From: "Ralph Archer" <ralpharcher@bellsouth.net>
  • Date: Sun, 5 Dec 2004 21:55:23 -0500

I would really appreciate some cultural information on Dryopteris
nigropaleacea.  I have not been able to learn anything about it from my
usual sorces. Some questions I have are:

Where and what is its native habitat. What is the hardiness in terms of cold
temperature? Is it evergreen or deciduous?  What is the rhizome type and are
there any special cultural needs. A brief description of the frond form
would also be appreciated.
Ralph in Shelbyville, KY USA

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