Drynaria baronii (syn. sinica)

A hardy deciduous member of a genus most known for its tropical members, this species hails from up to 3800m alt. in China, where it sometimes grows epilithically (on rock). Polypody-like deciduous fronds emerge with a coppery tint and expand to up to 50cm long. Additional smaller fronds are seen at the base of mature plants, making a 'basket' for the larger fronds. Autumn colours of pinky-brown. For reasonably drained soil in shade to semi-shade depending on humidity. Previously D. sinica.

Pot size: 1L



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