these are awesome
Fern is growing excellent in the shaded area where I planted it.
This is an ausome plant. Looks wonderful around the wildflowers that I planted with it.
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The scientific name for Poly Fern is Polypodium. Polypodium is a genius or a biological classification of seventy-five to one hundred ferns, broadly dispersed across the world, with the highest concentration and variety in the tropics. Ferns have been used to a small degree in herbalism, but most are mainly used in gardening, where crossbreeds of ferns such as the Polypodium 'Greenwave' is used as decorative plants for shady locales. The hare's foot fern got its name from the creeping rhizomes that grow over the top of the soil. The hare's foot fern can also be called the rabbit's foot fern. These ferns are indigenous to the New World, growing from the Southern United States into South America.
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However, these are beautiful plants to add to your garden or pot and hang on your front porch. They are more resilient than the other feathery ferns found in other species.
Plants that have plenty of sunlight have a faintly bluish color to the fronds which is eye-catching in itself. So, if you live in the right area, plant you some ferns next summer. You can't go wrong.
Although it's not a flowering plant, it is a very hardy ornamental one that stays green all through the winter season due to its evergreen nature. Growing in a fountain shape, its 2 feet tall fronds are of leathery texture and elongated with light color fiddleheads that emerge only in early spring. Perfect for landscaping in winter for its deep green color as the fronds will gradually spread downward to provide spectacular ground cover. The fertile fronds are the taller ones, staying more rigid and standing up, and the smaller leaflets at the top are the productive ones.
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Scientific Name: Polypodium Aureum
USDA Hardiness: 4a-9a
Plant Height: 12.0"-15.96"
Plant Spread: 24.0"-36.0"
Sun: Full Shade-Full Sun
Soil Type: Moist
The Poly Fern is a native species to southern North America as well as South America. This fern species commonly found in Florida and Texas. The official name of this species is Polypodium Fern. Poly ferns usually grow to be roughly one foot in height. It is common to find this species in woodland areas near rocks or on trees. These ferns grow best in areas with heavy rainfall. The fonds of this plant are slightly fizzy and form rhizomes. The leaves are usually bright green which makes this a great ornamental plant. This fern species can even be used in cooking and holds a bittersweet taste.
Caring for a Poly Fern is quite simple. Make sure to plant this species in an area with moist soil. This area should also have filtered light avoiding the plant's exposure to direct sunlight. These ferns typically don't require additional watering, but if you live in a dry or warmer climate, you may consider regular watering of your Poly Fern. This fern commonly used in landscaping, but it can also use as an indoor, potted plant. Poly Ferns are a popular pick for small landscaping plants that are easy to maintain