Diplazium hachijoense

An exotic looking rarity from Japan, though this has proved its hardiness over many years in a cold part of Central England. Large evergreen bipinnate fronds to 90cm arch over and make semi-horizontal layers of handsome foliage from a gently creeping dark rhizome. Non-invasive, but give this one some space to shine, in a shaded leafy spot.

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