A species of brake fern that grows in clusters of flat, oval-shaped leaves. The splashes of white color throughout the leaves and stems of this plant have given it the common name, Silver Lace Fern. The plant has an open, airy habit and will get to be 12″ to 16″ tall.
Pronunciation: TARE-iss en-see-FORM-iss
Species Meaning: Sword- (or lance-) shaped
It grows in damp tropic and sub-tropical climates. It likes a well-drained soil. There is disagreement about its hardiness, within the range 8b and 10a
In Our Garden
Plant ID: P21127
Found in Pots,
Waiting to find its forever home in the garden.
We acquired this plant from Farmington Gardens - grown Fairy flowers.