Ask a Question forum: Nephrolepis exaltata 'Trevillian'

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Name: Llewellyn Kouba
Richardton, North Dakota USA (Zone 4a)
Jul 25, 2017 10:46 PM CST
I had a beautiful fern from a lady in Rapid City SD that was very pendant and quite lovely, similar to my veronica fern, but longer and larger maybe?, but threw a few regular sport Boston leaves (which I always removed to retain the lacey ones). Anyway to make a long story short, when I had surgery I lost the plant and the lady moved away. she thought it might have been the cultivar 'Trevillian' . I would love to get a start again of this fern. Can anyone out there please help?
Name: Philip Becker
Fresno California (Zone 8a)
Jul 26, 2017 8:21 AM CST
google its name. Or ask your local nursery if they can order one for you. Thumbs up
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Name: Lin
Southeast Florida (Zone 10a)

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Jul 26, 2017 8:49 AM CST
I googled but could not find a cultivar 'Trevillian' listed for sale anywhere and although we have quite a few N. exaltata listed in our database, there isn't one with the name 'Trevillian':
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Name: Llewellyn Kouba
Richardton, North Dakota USA (Zone 4a)
Jul 27, 2017 1:13 PM CST
Yes, that's been my problem here. I can't seem to find this cultivar anywhere so it must be kind of rare or something. My local nurseries are of no help either. I have the verona or veronica cultivar but the one I am looking for (thinking it is trevillian) Where to find?

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