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Wholesale Fern Plants

When you think about landscaping around shady areas where most items will not grow, try ferns. All our fern plants are hardy and mature bare root rhyzones. Hardy native woody ferns are excellent when planted in cool moist areas where little else will grow. Fern are excellent touches to house foundations, swamps areas to keep misquitos at bay and in flower gardens. They are mature also making it impossible to not love them after they sprout tops and come alive in your landscapes.

 

Have Sales Or Group Organizations For Profit or Non Profit? Buy Our Mature Bare Root Ferns and Do This procedure and Make an excellent profit:

 

Place your Bare Root Fern Rhyzone In zip lock sandwich bags with a small amount of potting soil (which you can find almost anywhere, such as Lowes, Home Depot, and Walmart).  Zip the bag and place in cooler or 36-42 degree refrigerator. These will stay fresh for up to 8 months without needing to be planted in soil.

 

 

Some organizations buys colored picture tags (found online waterproof plastic plant labels) of the picture of the fern or perennial and tapes the picture tag on the front of the zip lock bag. This increases sales  by 150% showing potential buyers what these plants will look like in the spring when they come up and form the fern foliage.

 

All our ferns are mature in size and age and are sold as bareroot rhyzomes

 

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If you're looking for decorative plants and many kinds to choose from, go no further than the fern. This plant has about 12,000 species in the botanical group called Pteridophyta. Fern plants are vascular, meaning they have roots, stems, and leaves - just like a rose, for instance. However, unlike a rose, fern plants don't have seeds or flowers. They reproduce via a one-celled unit called a spore.
 

Fern Plant Information

 

Ferns have been around for millions of years. They have never been economically important, however, even though some are grown for food. They are mainly used for decoration, but through the years some have been used in medical drugs and they have long been of prominence in art and mythology. These plants can live almost anywhere. They are often thought of as abounding in the shady moist woods and in the tropics, which they do, but they also thrive in an open field, high up a mountain, especially in crevices, in the desert, and on open water. For those who just want a green plant on their front porch or in the backyard, ferns also do well there.
 

Christmas Ferns for Sale

Out of all the species of fern, four are well known in the United States. The Christmas fern grows in eastern North America as far west as Minnesota and as far south as Florida. It is an evergreen plant with long (more than 2 feet) leaves, called fronds, and is often used to help control erosion on steep slopes. However, landscapers love it because it is easy to grow in most soils. Home owners love the Christmas fern just because it looks pretty.
 

Cinnamon Ferns for Sale

Cinnamon ferns grow easily in American swamps, woodlands, and even wet ditches. It has tall fronds; the big, green ones are up to 6 feet long. The smaller ones are bright green, which turn to a cinnamon color. These smaller fronds have sori on the underside of the leaf that produces the spores that make new plants. Cinnamon ferns often produce large colonies that all grow in one place.

 



Fern seekers can find the Royal fern in every continent but Australia. In the United States, it is common in the Connecticut River watershed, where it prefers swamps and the banks of small streams. The Royal fern often lives up to its name because it looks quite regal in properly tended gardens and often grows to 5 feet tall.

 

Lady Fern for Sale

 

Many Americans know the Lady fern; it's a fairly common house plant with lacy long (up to 30 inch) leaves and stands about 36 inches tall. Like the Cinnamon fern, this plant has sori growing on the underside of its leaves. Lady ferns are not only found  in hanging pots around the house. They are also common in U.S. forests, stream beds, open fields, and shaded areas.There may be one slight danger associated with Lady ferns, however; Grizzly bears are also very fond of them.

 

Fern Plants are great for wet areas and shady areas when used in landscaping. The new in style for ferns in landscaping is planting them around your home's foundations and around propane tanks and central heat and air units. They give a look and feel that's much more exotic than your normal shrubs do. We sell native fern plants that are mature and bare root. Just plant the roots and you will have a beautiful full mature fern the following spring.

 

Our best selling fern plants includes native like the Christmas Fern, New York Fern, Hay Scented Ferns and Glade Ferns. We have a great selection of bare root rhyzomes and our fern plants are mature and come in a dormant stage bare root. Plant them 3-4 inches below the ground's surface and in the spring you will have a large lovley fern. They are great to plant in shady areas in swamps and wet plances where little else will grow.