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Toothwood Fern - Dryopteris spinulosa
Toothwood Fern has a well-earned reputation as an especially gorgeous fern: the small serrated edges of its leaves give the fronds a delicately lacy appearance which is more than a match when compared to examples like the Lady Fern. This Fern is not evergreen, and is likely to visibly die down a bit during winter months. Despite that, this fern may serve to attract deer and grouse in colder weather. These ferns are a medium-sized fern which could be considered the ideal introductory fern for hobby gardeners who are wanting to transition to larger ferns. Maturing to a comfortable 3 feet in ideal conditions, Toothwood Ferns can be suited to large planters, or used as a ground cover plant in shaded areas. They can do particularly well when planted under the eaves of a home, and will prevent soil erosion due to heavy rains. These are beautiful ferns to use in gardens as they can grow to around three feet. They are very fast growers and supplies gorgeous color rather quickly as they grow and mature. They also do extremely well when planted in climate zones three through eight and is also called Dryopteris Spinulosa. Adding these ferns is a wonderful way to bring life and color into all gardens and natural areas and also look great in other shaded areas where other plants does not grow well.
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