Asplenium bulbiferum or Hen and Hen fern, is an evergreen fern species native to New Zealand. It grows in a various vary of habitats, alongside streams, in rainforests, alongside coast traces, in lowlands and in alpine areas. Invariably related to flowing water, in nature, it’s usually discovered near everlasting creeks and nearly all the time with waterfalls. Regardless of this, it additionally does properly within the typical situations of shaded settings in Australian gardens.
With delicate lime inexperienced feathery fronds, new fronds open from the centre of the rosette, unrolling as they age.
Asplenium bulbiferum develop small bulbils on prime of their fronds. As soon as matured to about 5cm, these offspring fall off and, offered the soil they land in is moist, develop a root system and develop into new ferns. This extra technique of copy may be employed with higher ease than propagation by spores.
We selected to make use of this plant down the facet of our Canterbury undertaking as it’s a hardy plant that thrives in shaded common to moist soil.
For those who’re searching for a lovely plant so as to add greenery and assist brighten darker pockets of the backyard, the Asplenium bulbiferum is one we will surely suggest.