The Bamboo Ferns (Coniogramme)

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Re: The Bamboo Ferns (Coniogramme)

Post by griphuz » Tue Jul 17, 2012 7:24 am

If you have no winter,...it might be evergreen,....But if you do have winter,....it's not,...
I have an intermedia I think (difference is not very easy to tell, but they are distinguishable).
The species has proven hardy in winter for me, but we'll see what yours does in winter.

I must say it's very strange that so many sources say it's evergreen,...

Kind regards,
Remko.


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Re: The Bamboo Ferns (Coniogramme)

Post by Yorkshire Kris » Wed Jul 18, 2012 11:51 am

Not read all the links or know these plants but the term evergreen can be used in different ways in different locations. E.g
Cannas and ricinus are evergreen in parts of the world. Just a thought.


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Re: The Bamboo Ferns (Coniogramme)

Post by ourarka » Mon Aug 06, 2012 8:54 pm

Just to let people know that I successfully ordered 4 of these over the telephone from Fibrex nurseries. I'll let you know what they're like when they arrive later this week.


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Re: The Bamboo Ferns (Coniogramme)

Post by RomanK » Tue Sep 10, 2013 9:44 am

Hi, concerning Coniogramme intermedia, this nice fern is at least USDA zone 4 hardy! It naturally grows in our Far East e.g. Sakhalin icland (zone 5), many collectioners grow it near/in Moscow, for example me. If someone needs I can help, just cut rhisome piece, pack it and send to you. I would like to change it for Tetrapanax Rex rhizome piece (difficult to find in Russia) or some other exotic plant rhizome. With best wishes. :D


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Re: The Bamboo Ferns (Coniogramme)

Post by lesli5 » Thu Dec 26, 2013 7:55 pm

RomanK wrote:Hi, concerning Coniogramme intermedia, this nice fern is at least USDA zone 4 hardy! It naturally grows in our Far East e.g. Sakhalin icland (zone 5), many collectioners grow it near/in Moscow, for example me. If someone needs I can help, just cut rhisome piece, pack it and send to you. I would like to change it for Tetrapanax Rex rhizome piece (difficult to find in Russia) or some other exotic plant rhizome. With best wishes. :D
Hello My name is László. I would like to buy at least 4 from the hardy coniogramme intermedia. I have got a large garden and I m collecting ferns. I have got several species in it. Im looking for hardy russian type of coniogramme for a long time. Please help me.
Best Regards ..


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Re: The Bamboo Ferns (Coniogramme)

Post by RomanK » Sun Jan 12, 2014 3:16 pm

lesli5 wrote:Hello My name is László. I would like to buy at least 4 from the hardy coniogramme intermedia. I have got a large garden and I m collecting ferns. I have got several species in it. Im looking for hardy russian type of coniogramme for a long time. Please help me.
Best Regards ..
Hi László, I will try to help, we need just wait till spring. So, I will write you in May (if I forget, please, remind me).
With best wishes.
Roman


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Re: The Bamboo Ferns (Coniogramme)

Post by lesli5 » Tue Jan 21, 2014 4:27 pm

Hello!
Thank you very much, I'm going to look for.
Best regards.


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Re: The Bamboo Ferns (Coniogramme)

Post by griphuz » Wed Jan 22, 2014 11:49 am

@Roman: Do you have any pictures, and are you growing more specialist ferns?

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Remko.


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