Plants By Type
Beech Ferns - Phegopteris hexagonoptera
Beech Ferns are considered to be hardy if their water needs are met and work well in outdoors in gardens or yards or indoors in planters or pots. They are non-toxic perennials and will die back during cold winters only to rebound again during spring. They have a lush emerald-green color and a unique, broad, lobed texture to the leaves of their ferns which can make them stunning in any environment. Beech Ferns are native to North America. These beautiful ferns can grow to become up to two feet tall and also three feet wide when they are fully grown. They are fast growers and can grow to maturity within the first year. They love to be located in areas that provide full and partial shade and also thrive in moist and well-drained soil conditions. Climate zones four through nine are the best to plant these ferns in, and they can also be called Phegopteris Hexagonoptera. This fern supplies beautiful light green color to areas and makes them stand out if several of these are planted together. They work great to provide beautiful borders and also works well to provide gorgeous landscaping under larger trees where nothing can grow. The fronds of this fern grow to become several inches long and show a delicate and dainty appearance to all gardens. This fern is a wonderful perennial, and it grows back each year after it becomes established and healthy in the correct growing conditions. It is also good as it takes no special maintenance to grow.
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