Perennial Royal Fern – fern OSMUNDA regalis. 2-6′ tall, 2-3′ spread, part-full shade. This regal fern typically grows in clumps 2-3′ tall, but with constant moisture can reach up to 6′ in height. Broad fronds turn yellow to brown in autumn and have large, well-separated leaflets. Spores are located in brown, tassel-like clusters at the tips of the fronds. 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