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Huperzia squarrosa - Club Moss

Huperzia squarrosa - Club Moss <span class="cross"></span>
Item Number:
13426
Color:
green
Light:
Medium-High
Temperature:
Intermediate-Warm

Base Price

$25.00

Pot Size

3" pot, single growth - NOT In-Spike ($25.00)

Often known as the 'Tassel Rock Fern' or 'Club Moss', Huperzia squarrosa is an attractive plant that is easy to grow. It can grow outdoors year round in zone 10a.

 

It is most commonly known as a native to Australia, but has been discovered in Southeast Asia, Madagascar, Fiji & in French Polynesia.

 

Current batch are single growth rooted cuttings. They are steady and easy growers, and within 2 to 3 years they should have multiple growths.

 

When large, these plants do best on a pedestal, or on a hanger as the foliage will droop down pendulously as it grows.


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