(aka: D. m. A2VA-034) From Minnesota to Maine and south to Georgia, you will find this wonderful, evergreen native fern growing in woodlands and on rocky slopes. We found this dwarf, compact form in 2001, growing on a very rocky slope near the town of Franklin in Pendleton Co., West Virginia. In our garden, this easy-to-grow drought-tolerant fern has maintained the dwarf habit, forming a 14" tall x 20" wide clump.
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