Shipped as Bareroot Bulbs
Climate Zone: 6 to 8
Mature Height: 2 to 3 feet
Mature Width: 2 to 3 feet
Sunlight: full to partial shade
Soil Condition: moist to well drained
Botanical Name: Polystichum acrostichoides
Christmas fern gets its name because it will stay green even through Christmas. Also, it will keep your winter flower beds very bright. They do good indoors as much as they do outdoors. This fern also like many others helps mitigate and control soil erosion. It is a deep green and helps accent other plants well. Very tough and will not die easily at all.
This ferns grow on very steep hills and steep slopes with ease. Does not need much sunlight and when the winter months are over, the greenery will flatten out and make it easier for the sediment to lay down. The leaves also help hold the sediment in place and make your yard look very nice. As stated before this, Christmas fern one of the prettiest and greatest ferns to have and both easy to grow and care.
Christmas fern, the common name for the polystichum acrostichoides, is a low-maintenance fern whose leaves, some say, resemble a Christmas tree.
When selecting a spot to plant your Christmas fern roots, make sure you choose somewhere that is heavily shaded. You may also want to plant the roots at an angle to avoid crown rot problems, as the ferns need soil that drains well in order to thrive.
The fern produces a nice groundcover, but it won’t spread out beyond where the plant the roots. Depending on many ferns you are planting in one place, you may want to space them two feet apart to allow for room to grow. Now you can dig a hole that is the same size as the root ball. Place the fern in the hole and water well, then fill in the sides with good, firm soil to keep the plant stable.
Christmas Fern ship bare root.
ReviewsCSThese Christmas ferns are perfect for the garden. Great color in Winter too!
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