Small, evergreen, rock and crevice dwelling fern with olive-green woolly fronds and chestnut-brown stipes, native to the Eastern United States. Grows 6 - 8 inches tall, slowly spreading by creeping root stocks 12 - 15 inches wide. Loose and gritty, well drained soils a must, otherwise easy to grow in bright or part shade. This dryland fern requires moderate to occasional water in western gardens. Excellent rock garden subject. Good in containers too.
hairy lip fern
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Sorry; this plant is out of stock at present.