Plants By Type
Black Stemmed Spleenwort
Black Stemmed Spleenwort is a smaller fern, and it grows well in areas that have lots of rocky terrains. It prefers to be in fully shaded areas but can grow in partial shade as well. This fern also loves areas that offer moist soils that are well drained. It can grow to become several inches tall as wide and does great in climate zones three through nine. The stems on this fern are always going to remain black in appearance, and the fronds are usually around five to six inches long when they are full grown. It has a beautiful green color, and the fronds have several individual leaves on them. These ferns are a little smaller than other ones but still packs a punch as they grow and become beautiful in gardens and natural area. The fronds on these ferns grow to become very skinny, and they provide a slender look to them. They do best when grown in zone 3-9, and these are perfect for all types of landscaping ideas. These ferns are beautiful when to grow and provide lots of beautiful colors. The color of these are a medium color of green, and they can also be found growing in wooded or forest areas as the soils there are just right for them to become healthy. These look amazing when several of them are planted together and can become a focal point in a garden area. They are easy to grow and maintain in all types of gardens.