Glade Fern

$999

Glade Fern

$999

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The Glade Fern is a beautiful, popular fern variety that is perfect for any landscape. With its vibrant green foliage and delicate fronds, this fern adds a touch of natural elegance to any outdoor space. It is a versatile plant used in various landscaping applications, from creating a lush ground cover to adding color to a rock garden or border.

Glade Fern's Appearance

The Fern features bright green fronds that are long and slender, giving it a delicate and graceful appearance. The fronds grow from a central crown and reach 24 inches long. The plant typically grows to 18 to 24 inches, making it an ideal mid-height ground cover or accent plant.

Growing Conditions For Glade Fern

The plant is a hardy plant that can tolerate various growing conditions. It prefers shade and moist, well-draining soil. It can also thrive in multiple soil types, including clay, loam, and sandy soils. The fern is native to North America and grows in woodland areas and along stream banks.

Glade Fern's Maintenance

Glade Fern is a low-maintenance plant that requires minimal care. It does not require frequent pruning or shaping. Keep the soil moist during the summer months. Fertilizer is unnecessary, but a light application of compost or other organic matter in the spring can promote healthy growth.

Glade Fern In Landscaping 

The Fern is a versatile plant used in landscaping applications. It is an excellent choice for creating a lush ground cover in shaded areas or adding texture to a woodland garden. The fern pairs well with other shade-loving plants, such as hostas.

Conclusion

The plant is a beautiful and versatile plant that is perfect for any landscape. It requires minimal care and can thrive in various conditions. The Fern is an excellent choice for creating a lush ground cover or adding interest to a rock garden.


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It is a narrow-leaved fern that grows in zones three to eight. The fern's genus name is derived from the Greek word diplasios, which means double.


They are also known as narrow-leaved spleenwort, silvery spleenwort, and atrium pycnocarpon. The ferns are tall and grow slender leaves with five to six leaves. The plant can spread through underground stems that creep, allowing a colony to develop throughout its lifetime.

The fern leaves grow to approximately 90 centimeters long and 15 centimeters wide. The pinnae of the plant are entire and linear. The fertile leaves of the fern are erect and narrow with long stipes.

Sterile fern leaves appear taller and thinner than fertile leaves, with narrow pinnae compared to the abundant leaves. Fertile fern leaves have pairs of pinnae that grow in an alternate arrangement and typically include 20 to 40 pairs per plant.

Glade Ferns Get Quite Tall


The fertile fern leaves usually appear in late summer, while sterile leaves appear in spring. The fern is native to North America and grows in height from two to three feet. The fern is native to Minnesota through southern Louisiana and Georgia.

Ferns typically grow naturally in valleys, streams, woodlands, and ravines. They are two to three feet wide and widespread, from the Gulf of Mexico to Ontario. Ferns usually grow as colonies or isolated plants. They are non-flowering plants that require complete to partial shade.

Glade fern requires a medium level of water and is a low-maintenance plant. It is typically planted as groundcover and can tolerate environments that include dry soil, heavy shade, and rabbits.

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