All fern plants are mature and grade A quality large rhizomes. No license needed to buy from us. Anyone can purchase from us at low grower prices. We ship to all states and to everyone. We package all plants superior for ultimate freshness in transit and ship to all states. We also offer a 1 year guarantee on all plants sold. Quality is guaranteed. We have seed sources for most zones, so don’t worry about us being in Tennessee. We will make sure to send you stock from your planting zone.
Ferns are versatile plants. They do great in shaded areas under trees and in natural areas that will not receive a lot of sunlight to the area. There are a lot of varieties of ferns that look gorgeous when grown and will give a very natural look to areas on a lawn or in a garden.
Ferns are also great to use around decks and patios as they can bring life. The Boston Fern is the most popular for porches and patios. Ferns can be added for that special touch. Ferns need light water to keep them healthy during the hot months of the year. The Boston Fern will look amazing and will give a peaceful look to all porches and patios. The Chain Fern and Painted Fern will also bring color and gorgeous green color that they will provide.
A very unusual fern is the Fiddlehead Fern. It will have long gorgeous green leaves and will produce a stem that will resemble the head of a fiddle. It will be gorgeous and will be unique looking when grown. Ferns add beauty and to cover those terrible bare spots under trees. It will usually be moist and shady under trees and will give ferns the ideal place to grow and thrive./p>
There are some ferns that will grow to be tall. The Cinnamon Fern can grow to be 5 feet tall and 3 feet wide. These ferns are great to plant around water gardens and other bodies of water. Ferns can help control mosquitoes and gnats that come with standing water. The grow well in fully shaded areas but can also do good when the area has partial shade
There are many varieties of ferns. Soil conditions and sunlight conditions do need to be taken into consideration when looking for ferns. Ferns need climate zones 3-9 to adapt well.