Plants By Type
Broad Beech Ferns bring lots of natural beauty to all types of shady gardens when grown. It has rich green color and also long fronds that can grow to be up to two feet long. This fern does well when planted in full and partially shaded gardens and natural areas. It grows best if the soil conditions offer medium moisture and also does well in wet soils if they are well drained. It can grow to become one and a half foot to two feet tall and does well in zones five through nine. This fern is great and easy to grow and has no problems with insects or other pests. These are beautiful when added to gardens or natural areas to create bright and vivid borders. They are also magnificent scattered around in an area and brings life and color as they grow and become healthy. They are very easy to grow, and homeowners and gardeners love them. They do fantastic when planted in climate zones five through nine and is also called Phegopteris Hexagonoptera by the botanical name. They supply beautiful fronds that appear to be magical as they are growing to be several inches long. These are the perfect fern for all types of landscaping and gardening projects and look beautiful as they cover an area with a gorgeous green. These ferns can also be misted with a spray bottle at times to keep them moist and vibrant during hotter days and months of the year.