Diplazium subsinuatum


A rare fern in cultivation, but widely distributed throughout Asia.  It resembles a bird nests fern, but is trailing in its growth habit! Tolerates a wide range of growing conditions. Can be kept wet as a foreground plant, or on the drier side mounted.  Thick oily leaves and forms a rosette about 8″ wide.  In the wild it always grows close to water, seeming to prefer the steep banks of waterfalls.

Available plants are well rooted and growing in 2″ pots.  They will be shipped potted.  The last photo is representative of the plants available.

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