Matteuccia Struthiopteris (Shuttlecock Fern)

Also known as the Ostrich Fern, its large striking fronds give this fern an unmistakable shape.

This wonderful deciduous shuttlecock fern is at its most beautiful in spring when the large, pale green, lacy fronds start to unfurl and filter the sunlight. It is one of the best foliage plants for areas of moist, dappled shade and works particularly well planted in groups next to water or in a woodland garden in between deciduous trees.

The plant spreads slowly by underground rhizomes and, in time, builds up large groups on its own

Tip: Remove dead fronds in early spring. Lift and divide large colonies in spring.

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