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Fern Plants Garden Collection - 50 Mixed Ferns, Perfectly Chosen For Your Zone

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Ferns In Package
10 Glade Crest Ferns, 10 Christmas Ferns, 5 New York Ferns, 10 Giant Cinnamon Ferns, 10 Lady Ferns

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We ship all plants usps priority mail. They arrive to most locations within 2-3 days. We package all plants to retain moisture to up to 10 days in transit. All plants ships from our warehouses in Tennessee. All plants are grown and shipped from out Altamont (zip) 37301 location. We do drop ship for re-sellers also for those wanting to resell our plants.

How We Protect Your Plants For Transit

All plants are dug and immediately taken to our warehouse and tera-sorb moisture retention gel is applied to the roots and then wrapped in plastic to retain superior moisture for transit. They are placed in corogated cardboard shipping boxes for protection when shipped

Upon Receipt Of Your Plants

Upon receipt of your plants, unpack and unwrap the roots and mist with water. Plant within 24-48 hours. If you can not plant within this time frame, put your plants in a cool location (ex- basement, garage or cellar) and water the roots daily. Cover them back up with the plastic so they will not dry out until you can plant them. After planted, water every evening after the sun goes down for 5 days.

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Fern Plants Garden Collection

Ferns (pteridophytes) are graceful, long-lived perennials to have much to offer! Ferns are an excellent addition to any shady garden. Fern plants do great in the shade but can withstand some sunlight also.

There are five fern plants in the fern plants garden collection: 10 Glade Crest Ferns, 10 Christmas Ferns, 10 New York Ferns, 10 Giant Cinnamon Ferns, and 10 Lady Ferns.

Glade Crest Ferns


The Glade Crest Ferns are commonly found near streams and rivers in eastern portions of the United States, although it has been known to grow in forested areas across the country. It prefers a wet, wooded area for its habitat, so if planting for personal use make sure you place in rich, damp soil that receives plenty of moisture and consistent shade. The plant looks best when situated between rocks, as the green provides a sharp contrast to the color of the stone, and when kept trimmed.

It gives some ground cover, is excellent at retaining moisture on the underside of its fronds, and will prevent soil from becoming too dry, although it tends to form large bushes that the customer needs to manage if space is a consideration. The stalk is dark, green, hairy, and has scales at its base. Its fronds are jagged in appearance, but only a little rough when touched.

Christmas Fern


Christmas ferns are considered the most popular on the fern family because they maintain their beautiful green color even in the coldest winter months. The Christmas fern also adds brilliant year-round color to any garden as long as they are planted in partially shaded areas and do not get exposed to direct sunlight.

Christmas ferns reproduce easily as long as the roots are divided into smaller plants during the springtime when the fiddleheads or spores are newly sprouted. To ensure healthy new growth, Christmas Ferns should be planted right below the soil surface away from direct sunlight. These ferns are mainly found in the heavily wooded areas along streams and hillsides. They also assist with the environment by controlling erosion. Although the ferns do not spread, the fern clumps will increase in height size over time.

New York Fern

New York ferns are prolific growers and require very little maintenance once established, except for periodic pruning in areas where you don’t want them to grow.

Young New York ferns will grow in clumps of three or four fronds and will add one more layer each year when grown in prime conditions. The fronds are a yellow-green color and feature twice-divided leaves that give the New York fern its unique wispy appearance.

Giant Cinnamon Ferns

Giant Cinnamon Ferns sport deep green fronds that contrast with fertile reproductive central fronds that appear in early spring or fall. Containing the spore packets for the plant, these reproductive fronds are cinnamon brown giving the Giant Cinnamon Ferns its namesake. The leaves of the Giant Cinnamon Ferns are oblong and oval and are twice divided, meaning the individual blades are subdivided into pinnules. In the springtime, new growth of the Giant Cinnamon Ferns emerges from the ground in a “coil” shape; a growth pattern called circinate vernation but commonly referred to as a fiddlehead due to its appearance.

Lady Fern

This type of fern is planted both inside and outside of the home. The lacy green leaves form a j shape. This type of fern will grow in the shape of a circle, and many of the ferns can be planted close together. This fern can be planted outside in the early spring. It can be grown in all year round. This type of fern is natural to take care of and required very little upkeep. If left alone the fern will grow fine. This fern prefers  humid conditions .

The greenery is used in many landscaping projects outside the home and is also known to add a decorative touch to the inside of the house. This fern can grow in fields and can also be developed in wooded areas. The fern grows close to the ground, and  the silky leaves are a great accent to any landscaping design.

Fern Plants Garden Collection