Garden fern - Dryopteris erythrosora (Autumn Fern, Japanese Wood Fern)
Dryopteris erythrosora , often known as Japanese fern with copper leaves, is a perennial plant that stands out for a number of peculiarities
Appearance : Its young leaves have a beautiful shade of red-bronze or copper, which then evolves into a dark green color as it matures. This transformation can be influenced by the season.
Shape : The leaves are finely divided and have an attractive shape, growing to heights between 30 and 75 cm.
Habitat : Dryopteris erythrosora prefers partially shaded or fully shaded areas, with well-drained but moist soils.
Cold resistance : It is resistant to low temperatures and can survive in USDA zones 5-9. This means that the plant can tolerate temperatures as low as -28.9°C, making it suitable for many regions with cold winters.
Maintenance : It is a low-maintenance plant that does not require special care once it is established.
Dryopteris erythrosora is appreciated for the beauty of its colored leaves and for its ability to add an accent of color to shaded areas of the garden, having the advantage of its resistance to cold.
Height with pots included: approx. 35 cm
Pot diameter 12 cm