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Royal ferns is a native fern to Europe, Asia, and Africa.  It loves wet soils and is found near bogs, ponds, and creeks.  It can even be used in containers as accent piece. This fern is loved by so many homeowners because it is easy to take care of and requires little maintenance.

Royal Ferns

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Description:
Royal Fern – Osmunda regalis Hardy Planting Zones- 3-10 Sun or Shade – Sun, Part Shade, Shade Mature Height - 2-5’ Mature Width- 2-4’ Bloom Season – Non-flowering Gardener Status- Beginner

Royal Ferns easy to care for

Botanical Latin Name: Osmunda Regalis
Common Name: Royal Fern
Sun Exposure: Part to Full Shade
Mature Height: 2 to 3 feet
Spread: 2 to 3 feet
Spacing: 24” to 60.”
Growth Rate: Slow to Moderate
Flowering Time: Non-Flowering
How Long It Flowers: Non-Flowering
Flower Color: Non-Flowering
Soil Requirements: Moist
Pruning: In Fall Prune Browning Fronds
Flower Form:

Royal Ferns are part of the Osmundaceae family

Royal Ferns are the most abundant fern in North America and a popular choice for landscaping. They prefer moist soil and are commonly found near water where their size gives them a shrub-like appearance. The Royal Fern's fronds are separated into leaflets that are broad and oblong shaped. When the fronds (leaves) are young, they emerge covered in a felt that is hairy. As they mature, this hairy felt disappears. The leaflets are approximately 2" long and 1/3 wide in shades of light to medium green. Along with their margins, they are slightly serrated. They may also have sori, or spores, that are bead-like in the appearance at the tips of the leaves.

Royal Ferns love moisture and live best in the shade

This is a native fern to Europe, Asia, and Africa. This plant thrives in the shade of trees, homes, and gullies. It loves wet soils and is found near bogs, ponds, and creeks. It can even be used in containers as an accent piece. So many homeowners enjoy this fern because it is easy to take care of and requires little maintenance. This fern looks good grown in a natural area or a shaded area.

 Royal Ferns

 

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