There are 10,500 known species of ferns and estimation of 15,000 total species of ferns. Most fern plants grow in places that are warm and damp. A few grow in dry and cold areas. For anyone who wants to plant a fern, find a spot with moist soil. The amount of shade and sunlight needed depends on what plant you buy.
This plant is full of green instead of color. They come in various sizes, from a tiny moss to large trees. Their fronds can be feathery, divided or undivided. No matter what kind of landscape you have, you're bound to find something that will work for you. This plant can handle different types of soil, and mulch can be used to keep the ground moist. Once the fern is planted, you need to add organic matter only once a year. You will occasionally need to tend to any fronds that need to be removed. That's all the maintenance that's required for fern plants.
These plants can be propagated by dividing and sowing the spores. There are hardly any pests to worry about. As long as they're being grown under the right condition, they're able to resist pests naturally. Wildlife creatures such as rabbits and squirrels are known not to be interested in these plants. A Christmas fern is easy to grow. The fronds will fall flat but can be left alone for when new fronds grow in the spring. This plant can protect the landscape during the winter. These plants can provide an aesthetic addition to your home.
Aside from landscaping and gardening purposes, these plants have medical uses as well. Different species can be used as an aid for arthritis, any lung problems, blood problems, or digestion. Having a fern in your garden or for a houseplant can save time and money spent on getting medicine at a drugstore.