Also known as
Leatherwood fern Overview
This fern from North America has stiffly upright, slightly arching, yellow green bipinnate fronds arising from a tight, central crown to a height of 30-60cm. The sori are borne along the margins of the pinnules.
Common problems with Leatherwood fern
How to propagate Leatherwood fern
You can propagate by spores in the summer.
Division in the autumn or winter.
Other uses of Leatherwood fern
Some types form interesting, shuttle-cock like crowns.