Hawaiian Laua'e Fern

Description

Microsorum grossum ‘Laua’e’, (synonym Phymatosorus grossus) the Hawaiian Laua’e fern, is a tropical that is widely used as an ornamental ground cover especially in Hawaii where it has naturalized. The glossy, deeply lobed, ovate 2 foot fronds spring forth from a thick creeping rhizome and become progressively darker in deepening shade. It is easily established in moist but well-draining soil and will fill in disturbed areas in Zones 9-12. Elsewhere it is a candidate as a robust indoor or conservatory basket plant.

Produced year-round.

Additional information

Size

288, 72

Botanical Name

Microsorum grossum 'Laua'e'

Production Schedule

Year Round

Start Sales Week

1

End Sales Week

53

Habit

SPREADING

Min Zone

10

Max Zone

11

Min Height

12

Max Height

24

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