Silvery Glade Fern is a hardy, perennial species of 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. It's hardiness, and low-maintenance needs make it a favorite for gardeners and landscapers alike. The fern's leaves are darker green closer to the stem of the plant and turn a lighter color toward the ends of the leaves. The leaves are 30-80 cm long and 10-25 cm wide. The fern can grow up to 3 feet high and 2 to 3 feet wide. Each leaf has 18 leaflets, and these are approximately 15 cm long and 1 cm wide. These gorgeous plants make ideal landscaping borders and work excellent for filler in shade gardens. Their eye-catching colors and impressive height and width make this ideal for a variety of landscaping projects or bordering shady yards. If given the proper climate and room to grow, the Silvery Glade Fern will slowly form a decent-sized patch in just under five years.
They have the bonus of being deer-resistant, which appeals to many people.
Silvery Glade Ferns are grown from the eastern United States into Canada. They also grow from Georgia to Louisiana and East Asia in China, Russia, Japan, and Korea respectively. They do best in large colonies and prefer moist, cold, shaded areas to thrive. They do well in climate zones 1 through 9 and can adapt to different soil types, which makes these plants more comfortable to grow and maintain. These eye-catching plants will be sure to delight people for years to come with their bold, unusual colors and their unique look.
These gorgeous ferns are shipped to the consumer in their bare root form, and this guarantees that they arrive in as close to perfect condition as possible.
Silvery Glade Fern