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Re: Fern Wall


We saw a marvellous fern wall in that canyon in California!
I think I read about making one in some old Victorian fern book, I think they
planted behind tiles or slates set at an angle in the wall and it would need
regular misting or a trickle of water down from the top - maybe a seep hose?
I guess pendant ferns like Adiantums would be better than more erect Painted
Ladies.
Best of luck with it!  Alan

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