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  • Walking Fern Walking Fern
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    Walking Fern

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    The Walking Fern, Asplenium Rhizophyllum Is Known For Its Ability To Produce Leaflets At The Tip, Giving Its Appearance Of "Walking" Hence Its Name The American walking fern, known as the Asplenium rhizophyllum in scientific terms, is a fern native...
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    The Leatherwood Fern, Dryopteris Marginalis is Easy To Grow Leatherwood Fern, formally called Dryopteris marginalis, is a beautiful semi-evergreen fern with lovely dark green foliage. It is native to woodland areas of north-eastern North America and...
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  • Silvery Glade fern has deciduous compound leaves up to 3' tall and 1' across. Silvery Glade fern has deciduous compound leaves up to 3' tall and 1' across.
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    Silvery Glade Fern

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    Silvery Glade Fern, Deparia Acrostichoides is an Eye-Catching Colored Impressive Fern It has bold, yellow-green leaves and a brown, scaly stem with a beautiful silver underside. The silver color of the fern's bottom comes from its developing spores...
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  • Ostrich Ferns can be invasive. Ostrich Ferns make sure you do so in an area that can be controlled to prevent them from taking over.
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    Ostrich Fern

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    Ostrich Fern, Matteuccia Struthiopteris among the Hardiest of the Ferns Able to thrive in damp and shady corners, the ostrich fern is an excellent way to patch any moisture gaps in your yard where other less suited plants will not grow. In the...
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  • New York fern is a soft, deciduous, yellow-green fern which stands 1-2 ft. high. New York Ferns are medium-sized, deciduous ferns with yellow-green fronds.
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    New York Fern

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    New York Fern, Thelypteris Noveboracensis is Hardy Planting Zone 3-10 It has bright green fronds. The leaves or fronds grow to taper from the top towards the base and grow triangular. New York Fern is also known as Thelypteris Noveborancensis. Its...
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  • Maidenhair ferns can make graceful additions to shady gardens or bright, indirect areas of the home. When growing maidenhair fern indoors, the plant prefers small containers and dislikes repotting.
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    Maidenhair Fern

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    Maidenhair Fern, Adiantum is a Gorgeous Indoor and Outdoor Fern A North American native, this gorgeous fern is excellent for both indoor and outdoor planting, and the graceful fronds are dazzling in bouquets. Like most ferns, the maidenhair fern is...
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  • Lady Fern is a native perennial upright fern that can reach 2-5 feet in height. Lady Fern has long feathery fronds that are 2-3' in length with a full arched habit.
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    Lady Fern

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    Lady Fern, Athyrium Filix-Femina is an Attractive Deciduous Fern This attractive deciduous fern is a slow-growing plant that colonizes through rhizomes. It thrives exceptionally well in areas that receive dappled sunlight. One of the most appealing...
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  • Hay-scented fern as the fronds release a fragrance reminiscent of fresh mown hay when brushed with a hand. Hay-scented fern are as much as a foot wide and occur singly in large colonies.
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    Hay Scented Fern

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    Hay Scented Fern, Dennstaedtia Punctilobula is Hardy Planting Zone 3-9 Hay Scented Fern, Dennstaedtia Punctilobula Grows well in Shade and Partial Sun This fern has fronds that can grow to be 40-100 cm tall. It typically grows in woods or...
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  • Glade Fern is a large fern of rich forests and slopes. Glade Fern is a large fern of rich forests and slopes.
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    Glade Fern

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    Glade Fern, Diplazium Pycnocarpon is a Very Tall and Slender Leaved Fern Glade Fern, Diplazium Pycnocarpon Grows Best in Moist and Shaded Conditions A Glade fern is a very tall and slender leaved fern. The leaves on this particular kind of fern...
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  • Christmas fern is very easy to establish and grow where conditions are right. Christmas fern is a deciduous evergreen fern that grows in USDA plant hardiness zones 3-9.
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    Christmas Fern

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    Christmas Fern, Polystichum Acrostichoides is an Evergreen Christmas Fern, Polystichum Acrostichoides Require Well Draining, Nutrient Rich Soil that is Purely Organic These plants are perennials and are native to eastern North America. These...
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  • Bracken is a genus of large, coarse ferns in the family Dennstaedtiaceae. Bracken fern has broad, triangular leaves, or fronds.
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    Bracken Ferns, Pteridium are Highly Adaptable Growers Bracken Fern, Pteridium Prefer Moist Soil but can Thrive in Clay or Sandy Soils with Adequate Water The more critical plants produce the spores, whereas the small plants produce the sex...
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Buy Spectacular Fern Plants from Tn Nursery

 Fern Plants, by themselves or combined with other plantings, make spectacular border plants.

Most ferns do well in part shade or mottled sunlight, but many tolerate quite a bit of sun, provided they are well-watered. Ferns first appear in the fossil record 360 million years ago and come in a fantastic range of textures, colors, sizes, and shapes. Their versatility and ease of care make them an essential part of a well-rounded garden. Favorite ferns at Wholesale Nursery Company include:

New York Fern is a smaller-sized fern with bright green fronds.

Ostrich Fern, which can grow up to 6 feet tall.

Christmas Ferns, which, as its name suggests, is a favorite holiday gift.

The Fiddlehead Fern furled fronds can be harvested and eaten.

 

 

Fern Plant Benefits

Ferns add a whimsical enhancement to any shady part of the yard or garden. Not only are ferns a beautiful addition to the yard, but there are also a wide variety of benefits to growing them. 

 

Ferns are a low-maintenance plant that requires very little attention. They are pretty tolerable to many different types of soil. They adapt well to their environment, and although they prefer the shade, they can easily tolerate full sun if they get enough water. 

 

Pests are not a problem when growing ferns in the garden. Under the proper conditions, ferns are highly resistant to a large variety of pests. They have a natural resistance to diseases that might otherwise harm other plants. 

 

The diversity of ferns is quite incredible. They come in varying sizes, grow in many locations worldwide, and come in a broad spectrum of frond styles. They can be a stand-alone plant in a pot or a complimentary grouping in the garden. They provide a perfect addition to a perennial flower bed or as edging around the house. 

 

As many gardeners know, keeping wildlife out of the garden can become an annoying task. Fortunately, ferns keep this burden at bay. Deer, squirrels, rabbits, chipmunks, groundhogs, voles, and other pesky animals seem to have absolutely no interest in ferns. That is a happy relief to gardeners who struggle to maintain their gardens. 

 

Another benefit of growing ferns in the yard is that they work pretty well to camouflage an unsightly area with their beauty. Ferns can easily hide such eyesores as utility boxes and unattractive basement walls with their delicate fronds. They can also be planted as an alternative to mulch, acting as a natural form of weed control. 

 

 

With so many varieties, species, and color variations of ferns and the many benefits they provide, it is hard to imagine passing this plant up.

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Native Ferns that are Easy to Grow

 

Ferns are a popular plant to add to a home garden, and there are a few species that are elementary to grow. Here we will detail five native ferns in particular that are easy to grow in an at-home garden. Maidenhair Ferns can grow indoors as well as outdoors and are pretty simple. This plant enjoys moist, partly shaded environments. In caring for Maidenhair Ferns, they need to be kept moist, but make sure not to overwater; otherwise, the plant could become diseased.

 

 

Another low-maintenance fern species is the Spreading Wood Fern. This type of fern is expected to grow about 3 feet high. These ferns are characterized by their delicate leaves and look beautiful in wooded landscapes. Spreading Wood Fern should be planted a reasonable distance apart to grow and have room to spread correctly. They survive best in shaded and moderate climates. They look great in open areas of landscaping without other plants.

 

A Deer Fern is an easy addition to most gardens as well. These ferns have two types of leaves, some of which are flat, and the others are wavy—the leaf density changes depending on the time of year. A Deer Fern has moderate growth and requires minimal care with occasional watering to keep the soil wet but not over-saturated. These ferns are less temperate and can survive in warmer climates, and are easy to grow.

 

 

 

Christmas Ferns are well established in cool and shaded environments. Often, these plants are utilized as ground cover in landscaping and grow reasonably quickly. The climate mustn't be too hot or dry for Christmas Ferns to survive. These make a beautiful addition to a yard setting due to their grave, vibrant green color.

 

In addition to the previous low-maintenance ferns, there are Ostrich Ferns. Ostrich Ferns grow best in damp, shaded areas of landscaping and are visually appealing. It is expected to grow roughly 3 to 6 feet in both height and width. You should plant this fern species in a shallow hole with the crown above the soil level.

 

 

 

Some other native ferns include Oak Ferns, Sensitive Ferns, and Royal Ferns. The most important thing to keep in mind to easily add ferns to your garden or landscaping is that they require a damp and shaded environment protected from the elements.

 

 

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