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Perennials Work Well With Ferns In Landscaping 

A well-planned perennial garden will have plants that flower at different times of the year, providing interest and color for extended periods. There is usually a focal point plant in the garden, with complementary plants surrounding it. Some plants work better together than others, and it is essential to know what those combinations are to create a beautiful and cohesive landscape. When planning your Flowering Perennial
garden, it's a good idea to include some ferns, as they work well with many other perennials.

 Perennials Work Well With Fern In Landscaping

 Ferns can be grown as annual or perennial plants and are pretty easy to grow. They prefer moist soil and shade, but some will tolerate full sun for short periods during the day. Wide varieties have dark green foliage, making them stand out against other plants in your landscape, especially when they are flowering.

 The leaves of ferns vary in size and shape. Some types have large fronds, while others have small delicate leaflets visible up close. You'll find the most common type at garden centers called "fiddlehead." It looks like a fiddle when it first emerges from the ground in springtime.

 Ferns are relatively low maintenance and only need watering or fertilizing to thrive. They can be grown as annuals (planted once) or perennials (planted yearly). There's no need for mulching, which makes them ideal for gardeners who don't have time to do gardening tasks such as weeding, mowing the lawn, or trimming hedges.

 Ferns will grow best if planted in early spring to establish themselves before the summer heat arrives and then last through fall frosts without dying back too much during winter when temperatures drop below freezing.

 Ferns also work well when mixed with other perennials because they help break up the monotony of a perennial garden and provide some contrast between plants with similar characteristics, such as color or height range. For example, you should plant ferns next to flowering shrubs so your garden has more texture and color.

 Ferns can also fill areas with a lot of shade, such as under trees or on the north side of your house. They will help to brighten up these areas and make them more inviting.

 In summary, ferns are a great addition to any perennial garden and work well with many other plants. They are easy to grow, low maintenance, and add some needed color and texture to the landscape. Additionally, these plants will thrive there if you have a shady spot in your yard.

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