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Fern Plants suited for Dry-Wall


Fern Plants suited for Dry-WallFerns suited for Dry-Wall gardening:
Asplenium ebeneum (Ebony Spleenwort). - Shady places,

Asplenium trichomanes (Dwarf Spleenwort). - will thrive in shady places with little soil; 3-6 in. long.

Camptosorus rhizophyllus. - will survive drought.

Polypodium vulgare (Common Polypody) ; 3-6 in.

Woodsia ilvensis; 6-12 in. - Will grow on dry, exposed rocks.

Mixed with the Ferns in a soil rich in leaf mould native plants such as the Jack-in-the-pulpit, wild Geraniums, and Hepaticas.