Glade fern is also known as a Diplazium Pycnocarpon.
A Glade fern is a very tall and slender leaved fern. The leaves on this particular kind of fern usually grow to about 90 centimeters long by about 14 centimeters wide. The fronds of the Glade fern typically have stalks which are often a light green color.
The fern seems to grow best in moist and shaded conditions. The Glade Fern should be kept from any direct sunlight. The Glade fern is commonly grown throughout Illinois. This type of fern grows best in low rocky areas.
This kind of fern is looked upon as quite elegant possibly because of its large shiny leaves. This fern has very smooth margins and can always be identified from other ferns because of the size of the leaves.
The Glade Fern is commonly used in landscaping. This kind of fern would add a great deal of beauty to an outdoor landscaped lawn and garden. The Glade Fern is also found in Eastern North America as well as Southern Ontario.
*Where Glade Ferns can be Found:
The plant is usually found as colonies or isolated plants within the Eastern North America region. Also, these ferns are also found in moist forest areas. These areas must be damp but also must be well drained. The Glade Fern would not survive in areas where flooding occurs.
Glade Ferns maintain their vibrant green color, and they also provide exceptional foundation coverage. Ferns of this nature can many times be located at various plant nurseries.
Finally, the Glade Fern is quite attractive to the eye and will certainly add great beauty to any garden. Adding a generous amount of mulch/ peat moss mixture around the fern will help it survive the colder weather.
Glade Fern Ships As - Bare Root