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  1. Ostrich Fern Zones: 3-7
    As low as $29.99
  2. Brilliance Autumn Fern Zones: 5-8
    As low as $29.99
  3. Lady Fern Zones: 5-10
    As low as $29.40
  4. Cinnamon Fern Zones: 3-9
    As low as $29.99
  5. Lady in Red Fern Zones: 3-8
    As low as $39.59
  6. Japanese Painted Fern Zones: 3-8
    As low as $29.99
  7. Kimberley Queen Australian Sword Fern Zones: 10 -11 or as an indoor plant
    As low as $49.69
  8. Royal Fern Zones: 3-9
    As low as $29.99
  9. Macho Fern Zones: 10-11 or as an indoor plant
    As low as $49.69
  10. Tassel Fern Zones: 5-8
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  11. Western Sword Fern Zones: 6-9
    As low as $39.99
  12. Dragontail Fern Zones: 4-8
    As low as $29.99
  13. Burgundy Lace Painted Fern Zones: 5-8
    As low as $39.99
  14. Hayscented Fern Zones: 3-8
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  15. Marginal Wood Fern Zones: 3-8
    As low as $49.79
  16. Boston Fern Zones: All Zones Indoors
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  17. Foxtail Fern Zones: Growing Zones 9-11 (Patio 4-11)
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  18. Autumn Fern Zones: 5-9
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  19. Burgundy Lace Lady Fern Zones: 4-9
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  20. Japanese Holly Fern Zones: 5-10
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  21. Beautiful Wood Fern Zones: 6-9
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  22. Christmas Fern Zones: 4-9
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  23. Ghost Fern Zones: 4-8
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  24. Dwarf Southern Wood Fern Zones: 6-10
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Ferns are an ancient plant with origins dating back to prehistoric times. There may be up to 12,000 types of ferns. Ferns are known as vascular plants. They do not have seeds or flowers as they reproduce via spores. Ferns are generally known in horticulture as landscape plants. They are also used as houseplants and cut foliage. Cut ferns are especially useful in floral arrangements. Shady landscapes or shady areas are especially good locations for ferns. Most garden or hardy ferns prefer to be protected from the sun and wind. They need a well drained location and they should be well supplied with moisture.

boston fern

After a fern is established, they are relatively easy to grow. Ferns grow slowly but they are long lived. Place ferns in an area full shade or mostly shady area. Ferns prosper in rich organic soils. If the soil is average or poor, add lots of compost and organic matter. Ferns do not require lots of attention. Prune dead or damaged fronds when they appear. Ferns are perennial and in colder climates they may die back to ground level in the winter and regrow each spring.

How to Care for Ferns