Dividing Ghost Ferns in Fall - Zone 5B - November 2023

Last Fall, I tentatively stepped into the Ghost Ferns Dividing Business.  I had four original plants to start when I lifted one in the Fall of 2022 and created five Ghost Ferns.  I took a look at the five - the two divided segments returned this year - in Spring.  With that success under my belt, I took on dividing the rest of them.

From five ferns, I now have eight ferns.   I left the two that resulted from 2022 divisions intact.  And divided up the remaining three - to create three new ferns.   Below is the 'after' showing seven Ghost Ferns in this section including one *behind* the Weeping Nootka Cypress tree. 

Seven, you say?  Where's the last one?  I put it on the side of the house lining the new Boardwalk:

Below are a few in-process Ghost Fern dividing photos:

More Ghost Ferns is on my 2024 agenda.  Fern upgrade in process.

I'm posting this in November 2023, but I did this dividing and transplanting in mid-October 2023.

My 2023 Fall Planting List - so far - includes a number of new and divided plants.  

Now up to 68 new plants.  And 13 new via division.  81 total for 2023 #FallPlanting.  30 of them are groundcover plants.  Eight sedums.


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