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Lophosoria quadripinnata

Lophosoria quadripinnata - Foliage   

Lophosoria quadripinnata

Common name: Ampe
Height: 3m
Growing: medium
Foliage: evergreen / semi-evergreen
Flowers / Fruits: n/a
Site: sun to shade
Soil: acidic to alkaline
Irrigation: abundant
Hardiness: hardy -15ºC

Long description: Lophosoria quadripinnata, also known as ampe, many times mistaken to be a tree fern. Although this fern develops a small trunk thru the years, it is not a tree fern. This gorgeous fern is spreading vigorously by clumping and forming adventitious shoots. Lophosoria has large fronds, with very fine-textured leaflets. The fronds can reach a total size up to 2-3 m. It may occur that multiple trunks are developed by this tree-fern-lookalike!

The unique fine-textured foliage and the clustering mountain-like growth, make this fern one of a kind ! 

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