I love my ferns and did not have one of these. I do now and I couldnt be happier
This plant grows very neatly and compact
The name truly fits because it just flows well and looks good when growing.
I gave this fern as a gift and now I am placing an order for myself.
This plant is growing around and near my pond and it looks wonderful! The shade is a good fit for it!
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Lady Fern - Athyrium felix-femina
The Lady Fern is a perennial native to the Northern Hemisphere that is marked by its bright green fronds and lace-like texture. This circumglobal plant is most often found around the US and Alaska in both Midlands and lowlands. Its name was derived from its inconspicuous reproductive organs, as well as its soft and dainty appearance. This common Fern is a cespitose, which means that its fronds grow up from the center in a cluster. The Lady Fern is typically used to accentuate other botanicals with its vibrant presence. Since its growth is both slow and steady, the Lady Fern is considered low-maintenance and easy to care for.
When seen in the wild, the Lady Fern frequently sits alongside streams due to the moist, fertile soil surrounding the area. The elegant perennial thrives in full to partial shade, so it is best suited for shade gardens and similar environments. The plant can still live in direct sunlight, but its soil needs to be kept continuously moist for it to remain healthy. Its ability to flourish in little to no sunlight makes the Lady Fern even more comfortable to maintain over time. Aside from keeping its soil consistently moistened, the only maintenance that the Lady Fern requires is being replanted and re-positioned each spring.
The bright leaves that sprout out of each frond are not the only characteristic that gives the Lady Fern its illuminating aesthetic. Each stalk comes in a gradient of green, purple, and red hues. These stalks contribute to the plant's height, along with the fronds that grow up to three feet in length. Each frond comes with anywhere from twenty to thirty leaflets that grow in parallel directions. These fronds are known to be quite delicate, so it is essential to shade them from high winds that could potentially cause them to break prematurely.
Lady Ferns are used a lot in large and small landscaping projects.
Plant Name: Lady Fern
Latin Name: Athyrium Felix-Femina
Hardy Planting Zone: 4-8
Mature Height: 3-5 feet
Bloom Season: Non-flowering
Sun or Shade: Full or partial shade