Plants By Type
Rattlesnake fern is a very unusual one and is constructed of three main fronds. The fronds will be around four to eight inches long. It has a long talk that will grow from the middle of the fern. It can grow to be around one to three feet tall when fully mature and looks amazing in natural areas and also in areas that provide lots of shade for this fern. It grows best when planted in soils that remain moist. They grow well in climate zones four through nine and is also called Botrychium Virginianum for the scientific name. It provides a light color green to gardens and natural areas. This fern is perfect for flower gardens and natural areas as it does not take over other plants that are added. It also dies out during the winter months of the year but comes back beautiful the following spring. They are amazing and simple to grow and adds a different color as this fern provides a yellowish color to an area instead of the familiar green that ferns usually supply. It is beautiful and a little smaller than other ferns. This one also works great to provide a nice border for a garden and can also be used to create a gorgeous ground cover. The color it provides makes this fern unique as it grows to maturity. This fern can also be found growing in wooded and forest areas. They are also a favorite among homeowners and gardeners for their unique appearance.