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    5 Lady Fern Bare Root

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    **06/01/21 Ferns could be dormant until next spring.

    5 Lady Fern bareroot

    Lady fern plants are reliable, native plants and easy to grow in a moist, partially shaded location. When you’ve learned how to grow a lady fern, you’ll want to include them in many shady areas of the landscape. Care of lady ferns is not difficult once the plant is established in the right location.

    Planting Bare Root Ferns –

    Trying to figure out which end of the tuber is up can be daunting. Sometimes the tip is visible on the top portion and other times there will be root hairs extending from the bottom. If in doubt, the tuber can be planted in a sideways position without affecting future growth.

    The top of the tuber should be approximately 1 to 2 inches below the top of the ground. Cover lightly with aged compost mix to keep the ground cool and moist. Soil should be kept lightly moist (not wet or damp) for the fern to put on new growth. When planting tubers late in the growing season, such as late summer, often they will not put on any new top growth until the following spring. The ferns will grow larger each year until they top out in size about the 4th year.

    Cutting the fall die back to the ground and applying a fresh layer of mulch or straw will help to protect the fern tubers from popping out of the ground over winter freeze and thaw cycles as well as from squirrels or other critters digging up the bulbs for winter food.

    Thanks for taking time to look at our items….

    I am sorry but we do not ship outside the US, & we cannot ship to Canada, or Hawaii. Thanks so much!

    $10.00
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    5 Lady Fern Bare Root

    $10.00
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    5 Native Christmas Ferns Bare Root

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    5 Native Christmas Fern bare root

    Christmas fern got its name because it stays green right through the holiday season. It is a robust, leathery fern which has glossy, green fronds year-round. The fronds grow in clusters from a crownless rootstock and range from 1-2 ft. in length. Fertile fronds are taller. The once-divided fronds with pointed pinnae result in a medium to coarse texture. The silvery fiddleheads emerge in early spring.

    Christmas fern is very easy to establish and grow where conditions are right. It requires cool, moist, well-drained soil in shade. In the right spot, it can be a good, evergreen border or accent plant. Though often used as a groundcover, it is a clumping fern, not forming a continuous, undifferentiated carpet the way some ferns do.

    Planting Bare Root Ferns –

    Trying to figure out which end of the tuber is up can be daunting. Sometimes the tip is visible on the top portion and other times there will be root hairs extending from the bottom. If in doubt, the tuber can be planted in a sideways position without affecting future growth.

    The top of the tuber should be approximately 1 to 2 inches below the top of the ground. Cover lightly with aged compost mix to keep the ground cool and moist. Soil should be kept lightly moist (not wet or damp) for the fern to put on new growth. When planting tubers late in the growing season, such as late summer, often they will not put on any new top growth until the following spring. The ferns will grow larger each year until they top out in size about the 4th year.

    Cutting the fall die back to the ground and applying a fresh layer of mulch or straw will help to protect the fern tubers from popping out of the ground over winter freeze and thaw cycles as well as from squirrels or other critters digging up the bulbs for winter food.

    Thanks for taking time to look at our items….

    I am sorry but we do not ship outside the US, & we cannot ship to Canada, or Hawaii. Thanks so much!

    ***Ferns could be dormant until next Spring…

    $10.00
    Sold By: JLPfarmsTN

    5 Native Christmas Ferns Bare Root

    $10.00
  • Staghorn Fern – Platycerium bifurcatum – Exotic Plant

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    Staghorn fern, Elkhorn fern – Exotic Plant

    Please choose bare-root or 4″ pot size. These have a soft velvety texture on their leaves.

    $10.00$14.00
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    2″ pot of Bird’s Next Hurricane Fern

    $7.00

    Bird’s Nest Hurricane Fern

    $7.00
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    2″ pot Boston Fern

    $6.00

    Boston Fern

    $6.00
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    20 Lady Fern

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    $35.00
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    20 Lady Fern

    $35.00
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    5 Glade Fern Bareroot

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    Discover the magic of plants!

    $10.00
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    5 Glade Fern Bareroot

    $10.00
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    Fern Birds Nest Fern Crocodile 4 Inch Pot Live Plant

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    Fern Bird’s Nest Fern Crocodile 4″ Pot Live Plant

    Native to Australia, crocodile fern (Microsorium musifolium ‘Crocydyllus’), sometimes known as crocodyllus fern, is an unusual plant with wrinkled, puckery leaves. The light green, segmented leaves are marked with dark green veins.

    $24.00
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    Fern Birds Nest Fern Crocodile 4 Inch Pot Live Plant

    $24.00

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