Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Scofield - is a bifurcatum cultivar named after Glen Scofield. As you can see it has a wide end spread with long reclining fertile fronds with long fingers. These came from the Tony Barrett collection and have been in my possession since July 2006.

While kept outside year round, this fern requires bright morning light or dappled light all day and good air circulation. The growing medium is AAA New Zealand sphagnum moss and mounted on an a redwood or cedar backboard. When fertilizing, use 1/4 strength Miracle-Gro or SuperThrive every third or fourth watering. Various sizes are available and priced accordingly. Any questions regarding this particular cultivar call Tom at 714-743-7824 or email me at tomsstaghornferns@gmail.com.