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Woodwardia semicordata, also known as the hemispherical rattle fern, is a striking species of fern belonging to the Woodwardia family. This fern is known for its elegant and stately appearance, with long, arching fronds that beautifully complement landscapes and gardens.

Leaves: The leaves of Woodwardia semicordata are the most striking feature of the plant. The leaves can grow up to 2 meters long and are bright green in color.

Texture: The leaves have a smooth texture and are feathery in nature, which adds to their aesthetic appeal.

Stem : The stems of Woodwardia semicordata are slender and shiny, and they bear the large leaves in a fan-shaped arrangement. The stems can expand to an impressive size, giving the fern a robust appearance.

Habitat: This fern thrives in moist environments and is often found along waterways, swamps and other moist areas. It can grow in full sun or partial shade, but it prefers moist, well-drained soil.

Hardiness: Woodwardia semicordata is generally hardy in temperate climates, but can be sensitive to severe frost. Shelter from high winds and excessive cold can help protect the plant during the winter months.

Woodwardia semicordata

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  • 14 cm

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