Tokyo wood fern
© Richie Steffen / Great Plant Picks
Many wood fern fronds arch dramatically, sometimes with their tips touching the ground or offer a layered look. Tokyo wood fern is quite different in that the bright green fronds grow very upright and are lance-shape in shape and almost columnar in form.
- Culture Notes
- Plant in light to dappled shade with soil being rich and well-drained. Water at least once
- Geek Notes
- Dryopteris tokyoensis is native to Japan, Korea, China (provinces: Fujian, Hubei, Hunan, Jiangxi, Zhejiang), Taiwan, and the Philippines in frests, damp places, marshes from 3300 to 4000 feet (1000 - 1200m).