Selaginella kraussiana, also known as skunk cabbage is a rare creeping, tuft-forming plant with three-forked, long branches. Each branch has articulate divisions which are branched. They have small rhizomes or stems that grow out of the main stem. Their growth reaches about 4 inches in height and approximately 5 feet in width.
Selaginella kraussiana can be used in several ways, which has increased the popularity among plant lovers. It might be planted to suppress stinging nettle or other weeds in well-drained soils. You can also cultivate it in hanging baskets or incorporate it into rockeries or other naturalistic settings. Selaginella kraussiana is widely available, but should only be purchased if its origin is known to avoid possibly invasive pests and diseases.
These are 1-year-old plants and 7 cm in height at the time of delivery.