New York Fern
Perennial New York Fern – fern THELYPTERIS noveboracensis. 1-2′ tall with equal spread, part-full shade. A soft, deciduous, yellow-green fern with fronds that are widest in the middle and taper at both ends. Sometimes forms a dense ground cover. Fronds turn golden brown in the fall and die back as the weather gets colder. Deer & rabbit resistant. Zones 3-8. #1 Bareroot.
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Spring to Fall
Bareroot & Bagged
Ferns grows best in moist soil with a neutral to moderately acidic pH. Partial to full shade is best; some sunlight is necessary to draw out the coloring. To protect the crowns and tender shoots in the spring, it is best to leave the old fronds on the plant over the winter. They can be removed in the spring when the new fronds reach 6 inches tall. If division is necessary, do so in the spring.
Asian, Eclectic, Woodland Shade
Border Plant, Cut Foliage, Ground Cover, Attractive Foliage