New York Fern, Thelypteris Noveboracensis, is Hardy Planting Zone 3-8
New York Ferns
Come check out our gorgeous and whimsical New York Ferns for sale! These ferns grow in dense, light green clumps. Their leaves are most expansive in the middle and tapper at the base and end of the stalk, giving them a delicate and lacy appearance, and the fern has a soft, springy feel. Every day within the deciduous forests of the Northeast and Upstate New York, these plants can survive harsh climates and thrive when the weather warms. Extremely easy to grow, New York Ferns make a fantastic addition to outdoor spaces where ground cover is needed, and they will retain their vibrant, lime-green color nearly all year. These ferns mature best in full to partial shade, though they are hardy enough to handle a bit more sunlight as long as the soil they are planted in stays moist. They also prefer more acidic soil and do well near naturally damp areas like wetlands. In the wild, New York Ferns are often found clustered underneath tall trees where the sun dapples the forest floor or around swampy regions.
New York Fern, Thelypteris Noveboracensis, Prefer Partial to Full Shade and Multiple Soil Conditions
New York Ferns do not get very large (usually, they are at most 2 feet in height). However, they do spread out quite a bit. In some cases, New York Ferns have become invasive in the wild, but with the correct care and cultivation, they create a sublime “carpet” of soft, leafy fronds that beautify any canopied landscape. These plants prosper in most climates due to their resilient nature, and though it is recommended to plant them in zones 5-8, New York Ferns can still survive and do well down to zone 3. They can be kept indoors to spruce up any living space since their light and soil requirements are low.
New York Fern, Thelypteris Noveboracensis, is For Sale at TN Wholesale Nursery with Low Prices and Fast Shipping
Deciding to buy New York Ferns should be a simple one. If you don’t have a green thumb, don’t worry because these plants are as tough as they come and easy to propagate. Their vivid green color will remain until the very coldest of months. These ferns are perennial and will come back during the spring even bigger and more beautiful than the year before.