Plants By Type
Grape Ferns are very unusual. As the fronds grow, they have small berries to look like small grapes on them. These are very delicate ferns, and the stems are very fragile on them. They can grow to be six to fifteen inches tall and normally grow this height within the first year of being planted. They thrive in areas that offer full shade and partially shaded areas and also love moist and well-drained soil conditions. They do great in USDA zones three through nine and is also known as Botrychium Dissectum. The color of this type of fern is a light green and gives a very natural look to gardens and others areas where it is planted. These ferns are wonderful to provide beautiful color to gardens and the fronds on these ferns are unique. As the fronds grow on this fern, they seem to supply small little grapes that are attached to them. They provide a gorgeous look as they grow and they look magnificent. These are very easy to grow and do not take a lot of extra care to grow to become beautiful and healthy. These also create a beautiful ground cover when several are planted together. They are amazing and adds lots of life when they are planted in areas where other plants do not grow because of not receiving any sunlight. They look great around large tree trunks and adds a beautiful appearance. They also provide wonderfully and a lot of curb appeal when they are growing.