(Mature Size: 12-20"T x 12-18"W)
(Dryopteris dilatata 'Jimmy Dyce'), Dyce's wood fern, was discovered by (surprise) Britain's late Jimmy Dyce on the Isle of Arran in 1969.
This cultivar is welcomed for its dwarfish size with evergreen triangular fronds normally maturing in a range between 12 to 18 inches.
In addition, its unusual foliage tones of deep blue to forest green contribute a unique opportunity for variation in the woodland design.
The small tight growth habit of this fern pairs it well with small hostas in the front of the shade garden.
It is quite comfortable throughout cold winters and is successfully grown as an under-story plant.
Foliage is semi evergreen to evergreen in mild winter regions.
Hardy to Zones 4-8. What's My Zone?
Size: 12-20 inches tall by 12-18 inches wide
Type: Hardy Fern
Product Size: 4.5 Inch Container