Lady Fern - 2 Plants For $5
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- Lady Fern - Athyrium filix-femina Hardy Planting Zones - 3-8 Sun or Shade – Partial shade to full shade Mature Height - 24"-48" Mature Width- 24"-36" Bloom Season – Not applicable Gardener Status- Beginner
Lady Fern - Athyrium felix-femina
Lady Ferns are excellent in landscaping, a low developing mixed bag that is impeccably suited for fringes along water components and patio nursery dividers. These greeneries are bushier than different plants, with minimal fronds, which are reasonable, and function admirably for indoor or open-air planting. They look especially flawless when planted in little gardens or under shade trees. Since they are local to North America and a few different mainland, they are not a danger of turning into an intrusive species. They are a brightly color of green and brings lots of color to all gardens and other locations where they are planted. They prefer to be in fully shaded locations but can also tolerate partially shaded areas. They are great because they can adapt well to all different types of soils. As these ferns grow, they have a dainty and delicate appearance to them. The fronds can grow to become several inches long and look beautiful as a gentle breeze is blowing around them. They work great for providing a lovely border around areas and are popular with gardeners and homeowners. They are very easy to care for and does not offer a lot of extra maintenance to get them to grow because they adapt to their surroundings well. These ferns are used a lot in large and small landscaping projects. The Lady Fern is a perennial fern. It grows upright to reach a height of 3 to 5 feet. Its leaves are bright green and have a subtle texture of appearance. Usually, the leaves will form in groups. The color of its frond stalks can be green, red, or purple. You can introduce it into your garden by planting in a pot. It reproduces by the use of rhizomes, but it has a slow growth rate. The plant is deciduous, and its leaves will drop after the first frost. Compared to other ferns it is more tolerant to dry conditions.