Plants By Type
Leatherwood Ferns - Dryopteris marginalis
Leatherwood ferns are named for their fronds which are slightly thick and leathery looking. These ferns can provide a strong contrast against more lace-like ferns like the Lady or Painted Fern. They will look just as good when grown indoors as in a garden. Leatherwoods are somewhat dull in color compared to other fern varieties. They tend to be deep or gray-green in hue. They are hardy, and are considered semi-evergreen. They are a great choice for winter color in your garden. They are often called 'Evergreen Wood Fern! These beautiful and hardy ferns do best when planted in full and partial shade. They thrive also when planted in all types of soils as they can adapt and adjust very well. These ferns grow to be up to two feet tall and also two feet wide. They are great when planted in climate zones three through eight and are also called Dryopteris Marginalis. They can grow during wild in areas such as woodlands and forest because of the soils and lighting conditions they provide. They are amazing when planted in gardens and other plants are added around them to create a beautiful look. They bring in lots of gorgeous curb appeal to all areas that they are added to. They also work great to use as a bordering plant for other locations on a lawn or other type of property. They are great as they are very easy to grow and to care for. These also provide some color during the winter months as they are growing.
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