Fern Plants For Zone 3
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Bladder ferns are beautiful when grown and provide a very natural look and feel. They grow in places other ferns such as rocky areas and also on brick walls. This fern grows to become around three feet tall and three feet wide when they are full grown.
Bracken Ferns are one of the common ferns that you will see growing. This fern grows well around water features, natural areas or outbuildings where there is a lot of shade. This fern are aggressive and can spread quickly.
This fern can tolerate different temperatures when other plants cannot such as heat.
Brake Ferns have many names, one of the most common is the Eagle fern. It is the most luxurious fern there is. The fronds are wide, thick and quite bushy. This fern is easy to grow and needs little maintenance.
Chain fern or netted chain ferns are similar to the sensitive fern. This fern has fronds that are netted in appearance and look very intricate. The leaves are skinny, narrow and pointed at the top.
Christmas ferns can grow as tall as 3 feet at full growth. This fern is native to North America and can grow from up north all the way to the gulf states. This fern is on the top list around Christmas because of its name and it can be given as a gift. They can be bought as hanging baskets or in potted containers and grow indoors.
Clover Ground Fern
Clover Ground Fern is also shamrock leaves. It is commonly called the Texas Shamrock, because it is so popular in Texas. It has small 2 inch leaves that are split up into 4 sections.
Ebony Spleenwort Fern
Ebony Spleenwort can grow in areas with light shade to full shade.They can grow well in rich humus soils with slight acidic levels.Peat moss is a great additive to add around these ferns to provide them with moist levels
Golden fern has a golden rich yellow color which helps give it its name. It can be found growing all over America. It loves growing against rocks or in rocky soils.
Hay Scented Fern
Growth rate is up to 12 inches per year for the Hay Scented Fern.Hay Scented Fern gets its name because when the fronds are broken, crushed or damaged they have a light smell of hay.They can grow up to 36 inches tall and up to 9 feet wide.This fern can grow well in shade to partial sun.
Fern Plants For Zone 3
Ferns can make a statement in the garden or as a border or anywhere in the landscape that they are planted. They are very easy to work with and quite versatile. Most of these do best in shady areas, but there are a few that will tolerate sunlight. They can also be grown indoors as well as outside. They do well in hanging baskets and planters too. These plants prefer moist soil conditions with some acidity. It also helps to mist them occasionally to keep the fronds clean. They are easy to grow and require little to no maintenance. Our online nursery provides detailed information for planting and caring for each plant we ship.