Plants By Type
Rock Cap Polypody
Rock Cap Polypody is a lovely smaller type of fern that looks amazing and very natural when growing. It does well when planted in full and partial shade and can survive in partial sunlight. This fern likes to be in rocky and well-drained soils and can also do outstanding when planted in poor soil conditions. It grows to become six to twelve inches tall when fully grown. It grows best in shaded areas and is often founds growing around the base of large cedar trees. This fern is amazing and can also grow well around cliffs and rocky areas. These ferns create a very natural look for gardens and natural areas. They grow well when planted in growing zones three through ten. They are amazing also planted in rock gardens and also look great added to walls that are created out of rocks. They provide a unique look and look fantastic added under large trees and especially cedar trees where it is hard to get anything to grow. These add lots of colors and adds lots of life to those types of areas. These ferns fill a garden and can also do great when several of them are planted together in a location. They look spectacular also when used to create a beautiful and natural looking border for areas around a home. They are easy to grow, and homeowners and landscapers love them because of the natural look they provide. They are nice to watch as they grow and supply splendid color.