polystichum tsu-simense

The fronds of this species are narrow and sharply pointed making it quite distinct from others in this genus.  Over time it will clump up but will still be quite compact  and tidy.
This is a handy  fern for that small spot in a shaded trough or rockery as it is quite small and compact. 
It is as with other Polystichum evergreen and winter hardy.  I have had one planted in a neutral stony area  for several years which has never grown higher than 8/10in. no doubt if I'd looked after it  better it may have got a little bigger but it certainly won't get anywhere near the size of many of the P.setiferum variations. These Ferns are evergreen with short stout rhizomes and pinnately divided fronds in neat shuttlecock- like rosettes, A a small tufted evergreen to 45cm,with erect, narrowly lance-shaped bipinnate fronds, with slender-pointed apex and pinnae max 12 inches an Hardy.

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