Plants By Type
Purple Stemmed Cliffbrake
Purple Stemmed Cliffbrake is a slower growing fern but is beautiful and very natural looking when fully mature. It can grow to be just under one foot tall and can also be around one to two feet wide. It does great when planted in dry soil conditions and also does great in well-drained soils. This fern thrives when it can grow in full sunlight and can also do well in partial sunlight. It also does well in rocky areas and grows in clump form and is considered an evergreen. These ferns do not take a lot of care or maintenance to get them to grow and are very lovely in gardens and natural areas. They work very well when creating a beautiful ground cover when several are planted together. They bring a gorgeous color to a garden as the stems of this fern are a beautiful color of purple as they mature. The fronds of this fern are made up of several green leaves that grow from the purple stems. They are very strong and durable and look amazing in gardens and also in rock gardens. These amazing plants grow in clump form and are also called Pellaea Atropurpurea. They grow best when planted in climate zones five through nine. Homeowners and gardeners love this fern as it is very easy to grow and maintain in gardens. They bring lots of gorgeous curb appeal to areas and gardens and can also become a focal point in a garden or natural area.