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Golden Fern - Pityrogramma austroamericana
The Golden Fern is native to the Americas, with a natural range that extends as far as Hawaii. Golden Ferns commonly grow in rocky areas with spare, thin soil, and are especially hardy under extreme conditions. If you are looking for a ground cover plant in an area where traditional grasses or other foliage does poorly, the Golden Fern may be the choice for you! The Golden Fern is relatively short but has beautifully intricate fronds with thick, jagged leaves. These ferns are amazing, and they can grow to be up to eighteen inches tall and also around fifteen inches wide when full grown. They are incredible when planted in climate zones three through nine and are also called Pityrogramma Austroamericana by the botanical name. They thrive and grow very well when planted in areas and gardens that supply full and partial shade and also moist and well-drained soils. The leaves of this fern have a tough texture to them, and they feel a lot like leather. These ferns are very durable, and they are great to use for a border around certain locations. They also grow well when planted in rock gardens and also around rocky locations. They can be found growing wild in wooded areas and also on mountainsides that have shade areas. They grow great around the large trees where nothing else seems to grow because of limited sunlight. They add a wonderful look and feel to all gardens where they are added and look amazing as they provide bright and vivid color.
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