Sometimes referred to as holly fern. Usually seen in its variety ‘Variegata’, growing 10–18 in. tall and nearly twice as wide. Fronds are broadly triangular, and once-divided, the divisions deeply cut. Each division is marked by a yellow stripe along its full length. Evergreen where winters are warm; deciduous in frosty regions.
This evergreen shrub is more upright (to 10–12 ft. high and wide) than Elaeagnus pungens
Sometimes referred to as holly fern. Usually seen in its variety ‘Variegata’, growing...
China. Not as vigorous, large, or hardy as the American native C. radicans, but flowers are s...